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slidemntken

1989 250 lt 4wd k capacities?

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Hey,

I am useing a friends quad runner and want to change the oil as it has been sitting. I don,t have a manual and since it isnt mine, I don t want to buy one. I changed the fuel and put my own battery in it and it runs good. Any help would be greatly appreciated!! The tag on the frame says it is a LT-4WD K and I am only guessing on the year.

thanks, Slidemnt Ken

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The filter will be on the right side of the bike(when you are sitting on it) down at the bottom of the case, there will be 3 bolts you will have to take out then pop the cover off to access it. Note there are two sets of 3 bolts on that same side but as I said it will be the bottom three. Also on that side, if you have cleaned it good enough to see, you will see the sight glass that allows you to check the oil level and right below that there should be some numbers with ML after it this will tell you how many quarts of oil you need to use, Just remember that each quart is 941.1764905 so you will just divide the number on the case by that number to figure out how many to use. By my reading u can use 10w40 for the oil, hope this helps

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