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Xvs1100 rear dif oil grade

What weight oil

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hi buddy the oil reccomended/grade 5w-40 i recomend using silkolene pro 4 plus 5w-40 AND ADD 3.6LITRES WITH OIL FILTER CHANGED OR 3.1LITRES WITH STANDARD CHANGE

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Any quality 80/90 hypoid gear oil will work. If you use a synthetic hypoid gear oil the rear end will have less friction, generate less heat , and last longer. Final drives are expensive and do not use much oil , maybe 1/2 cup. I recommend changing the rear end oil every other oil change.

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