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My rear end is low in oil what kind do i use.

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You can use any good quality 90w oil/grease

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Hello.
These are the specifications from the service manual.
TYPE GL-5
Above 0°F (-18°C) 90
Below 0°F (-18°C) 80W CAPACITY, Refill:

Front 1.7 Liters 3.6 Pints
Rear 1.5 Liters 3.2 Pints
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