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I do not know how much gear oil to put in my 1984 suzuki rm 250. i know what kind i just dont know how much. i do NOT have a manual either.

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ON THE SIDE OF YOU CRANKCASE SHOULD BE SOME NUMBERS BY THE FILL PLUG.MIGHT BE 0.7L MEANS 700ML 700 CCTHERE IS 1000 TO A LITER BUT ONLY 946ML OR CC TO A QUART DUE THE MATH AND YOU SHOULD BE GOOD TO GOMOST LIKELY IT WILL BE 750CC

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