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Jeremiah Hammond

Strike 1000 Trans Oil

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Hey everyone, got a strike 1000 in on a trade awhile back, me being dumb I didn’t check the fluid when I got it. Turn out guy had swamped it pretty good. Front diff, rear diff, and trans were full of water/oil/sludge. I don’t have a service manual only an owners manual and it do not state the type of oil the the trans takes or where the filler cap is for it. I have everything else taken care of so far just not the trans.

 

Any help is appreciated.

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Just looked at the service manual for 2018-19 Strikes. All I could find was SAE-80 GL-4 for the final gear and SAE 80 GL-5 for the differential. I know Bel-Ray and VP Racing make a nice semi synthetic, I've even used them in Polaris. If your still having trouble with water in the crankcase, some marvel mystery oil will save you some oil changes. I've taken completely swamped rigs and had them water free in 3 changes.

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