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What type of oil goes in the crank case in a Scotts model 6070S, rear tine tiller?


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Water in oil


A 2007 with water in oil..? Wow.. Are you running it for 5 to 20 mins then shutting off? This type of short run time can result in a lot of condensation in the crank case.. This will give you the tell tale foam around filler cap. You will need to run the engine long enough to get good and hot .. say at least an hour, couple times a week, to boil out the condensation.
IF that is NOT the case, then it's likely the head gasket is failed, and coolant is entering the crank case. Or possibly another seal of similar importance. Thick white exhaust is a very strong indicator of blown head gasket.

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Changing the gear oil ?


see this instruction. God bless you
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      Park the Honda Foreman on flat ground and leave the engine running for 5 minutes to allow the engine to warm up. Place the oil drain pan under the crank case drain plug. Turn the engine off.

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      Remove the drain plug from the under side of the crank case using the ratchet set. Allow the engine oil to drain into the oil pan. Replace the plug to the bottom of the crank case and tighten the plug using the ratchet set.


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      Remove the small screw from the side of the crank case using the Allen wrench. Remove the cap labeled "OIL" from the top of the crank case. Insert the funnel into the hole where the oil cap was.

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      Pour Honda 4-stroke engine oil into the funnel until the oil starts to come out of the hole where the small screw was on the side of the crank case. Once the oil starts to come out of the hole, stop pouring and replace the screw. Remove the funnel and replace the oil cap to the top of the crank case.


Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_6512146_change-oil-honda-foreman.html#ixzz2ZPlA2Cu0

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Kawasaki 400 crank case pressure...how high should it be?


really need to check and clean oil ways incase anything blocked. other than the oil leaking does the bike start and seem to run ok

Feb 15, 2013 | Motorcycles

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Is the mortor a single case for oil and trans


Yes , the motor oil on the crank case lubricates the piston crankshaft area and the transmission area. One oil bath for the entire motor.Use any oil that is JASO MA certified motorcycle oil. 10w-40 for cold climate. 20w-50 for warm climate/touring. Car oils use different additives and may cause scoring in certain types of cam bearings . Do not use any oil that says Energy Conserving on the label . It will shorten the life of your wet clutch and transmission gears. If you use Synthetic oils, they will help your motorcycle run cooler and shift easier

Nov 17, 2010 | 2005 kawasaki KLR 250

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I have a 110cc panther atv do i need to put fluid in my crank case


yes - all gas motors need oil in the crank case - it should say on the engine either ( cc or ll ) for the amount of oil to put in - 20-40 oil type.

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How much oil does the bike hold, and does the clutch use the same oil? What is the reccommended oil wieght


The chief benefit with synthetic oils is they can withstand higher heat and flow better when cold.
10w40 or 20w50 will work. Manual Recommends Yamalube 4 (10w30 or SAE 10w30 10-100 F)
Yamalube 4 (10w40 or SAE 10w40 35-120 F) approx.
API Service SE,SF, SG type or higher.
Crank case oil capacity without filter 2.75 quarts
Crank case oil capacity with oil filter 2.96 quarts
It is HIGHLY recommended not to add the stated capacity all at once. Check site glass often when nearing the total amount needed. You DO NOT want to overfill.
Clutch use the same oil? If you mean the brake system Recommended is DOT 4 brake fluid.
Manual only shows Clutch and cable system and adjustments.
Good luck!
Hope this helps

Mar 28, 2010 | 2004 Yamaha V Star Classic

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Possible seal failure


Gearbox oil may be getting into the crank area. Check the oil in the crank, is it motor oil or two stroke oil? If it is motor oil then you will need to split the center case and clean/re-seal the case halves. Be sure to install new crank seals. New crank bearings? If 2 stroke oil, just put a cup of gas in the crank to thin the oil, rotate the crank a few times to mix gas and oil, then just tip the bike over to dump the mix out of the case. If the bike has an oil pump, see if you can lessen the stroke of the pump. If mixing 2 stroke oil in the gas tank, Be sure to use only 2 stroke engine oil at 32 to 1 ratio. That equals 4 ounces of oil to a gallon of gas.

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