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Hello, What type or number dot brake fluid do i use for my 2004 Yamaha WR450? Thanks for the help.

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Hello, What type or number dot brake fluid do i - 0000-motorex-dot-4-brake-fluid.jpg It has many different brands, you can get it at your local auto parts
or motorcycle dealers

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