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What model Cat is this? Need to know what oil to put in.

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Best way to figure out is the vin# usulaly the tenth digit there is a number or letter.  That can be cross referenced. Try and post a pic for starters.  

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Thank you, you're the only person who has replied on any of the forums I have joined just to get this simple question answered.  I can't find the vin number though.  I've researched where it is supposed to be but it's not anywhere I've looked.  Dead end I guess.  Thanks for trying anyway though!

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Has to be there look on the frame on the front end and on the swing arm also.  It is most likely on upper left frame under the fender.  Take a piece of sandpaper if you have to but it's there. 

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According to a  post in another  site : Try looking on the upper frame tube on the rear left side under the wheel well.

As  Frank  says .. There's  one  somewhere  on the  frame. 

Try  looking for a    number on the  motor  too. It  might be  possible to   id  it  from that .

 

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As  far  as  oil  is concerned,  you  likely  can't  go  wrong  with a 10w40 (MA  in the  specifications)  suitable  for motorcycles in the  engine  and  a  75-90 hypoid oil  in the differentials. According to  other forums on engine  oils   avoid the  "Energy  conserving"  oils. They  have  friction reducing additives  that  can  screw up  wet clutches.

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You do have to be careful to use the right oil. It has a wet clutch and you have to use the right oil.

The one picture is not enough to identify the machine. A front and rear picture could help. It looks like a 2001-2003 machine

possibly a 375cc.

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