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What is the transmision oil capacity for a 2003 yz 125?

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The oil capacity for your gear box is .69 us quarts or .65 liters.

The best type of oil to use is Yamalube 4(10w-30). You can use car oil in a pinch but isn't really recommended. The short reason why is: Car oil has friction modifiers in it where oil specifically made for a motorcyle doesn't. The frictions modifiers can and will make your clutch slip. The cover may also have a number such as 750 or 850 stamped in it. Then you can just go by what it says on the side of the oil container. I believe 850 is around 3/4 of a quart.

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