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That is the over priced tranny/gearcase lube. I stick with the polaris stuff anyways.
2002 500 Scrambler-White Bros pipe,HPD airbox/carb mod chain tensenor and shock covers,TEAM roller secondary clutch,custom primary clutching ,WORKS struts,and much more SOLD
2003 330 Trailboss-stock excepet for EPI pink primary spring and Aaen blue secondary spring(gone with wife)
2001 400 Sportsman traded for a CJ5 Jeep
2004 Victory TC Cruiser
1972 FLH Harley (my pride and joy of 20+yrs)
amsoil has chain case lube for atv's, but u have to find a dealer, my polaris dealer happens to sell amsoil, so thats what I am using now, u can check amsoil web site for a dealer near u, not sure of any others
that are out there.
Has anyone else tried running synthetic 5w-50 oil as a subsitute? I have a "wore out" 325 that gets water in the gear case everytime we ride in any water. I will eventually fix the problem and prevent the water from getting into the oil but would like to get through the summer before tearing it down. Right now the oil is getting changed every week and I would like to use the 5w-50 to get me through the rest of the year?
from another post (I use the Polaris stuff especailly on the front diff.)....
Rather than using the Polaris AGL, you could use any good quality Dextron III ATF - since it's the same lube except for the color.
The last time I changed tranny lube, I added 1 oz of Energy Release to the tranny and then added lube to the full mark. The ER made shifting easier almost instantly and the trans quieted down a lot with just a few miles use.
(FYI, I worked for TEAM Industries for 6.5 years building these transmissions, so I assume to know a little about them).
2014 Polaris RZR 900 XP
2010 Polaris Sportsman 850XP EPS
-Ricochet front and rear aluminum A-arm guards
-Excel Slingshot XT tires
2000 Polaris Scrambler 400 2x4
-Trail Mod-Ported, RCR HPD piped and clutched
-.040" over Wiseco-Head shaved .020"/12:1
2002 Sportsman 700 (sold)