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jeffreyscott

need a little help with fluids

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im going to change all the fluids in my polaris sportsman 500 ho but all i found was the oil filter so far and i have no manual on it so if could get a little help i would really appreciate it and what type of oil and gear oil could i use besides that hi dollar polaris stuff thanks jeff:skeptic:

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thanks alot for your time i got it and it worked just fine this time i dont no what is the problem with you sendit.com but for some reason it wont let pull it up thanks jeff

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