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Do check my trany oil on my 04 dynawide glide on the stand.

Drained my trany instaid of my engine oil.Dumb I guess but I don't think I 'm the first guy to do this.Do I fill my trany on the stand or straight up?

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No! You are not the first to do it and you won't be the last! It's ok though , simple mistakes are made when learning. You will want to check the fluid level with the bike standing straight up.

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