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Cant find crank case oil fill up

Where is the crank case oil fill up a gas gas 250

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Depending on the bike it will be located in a diffrent spot but the majority of crank cases will be found slighty inside in the bike under where your left foot sits when rideing its between the engine and your leg.

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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