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2000 road king

Just purchased, has 22000 miles, looks & runs good,doesn't seem to have any issues. i would like to change all fluids,brakes pads,etc. to start fresh.
does any one have any advice on what oils,(motor,tranny, fork, etc.) i should use? thanks to all.
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Use a good brand of synthetic 20-50 in everything the primary fluid will last around 10,000mi the tranny fluid the same and the engine around 6000mi the tranny takes 3/4qt the pri takes 7/8qt and the engine gets 2 3/4qt check the levels with bike upright check engine oil level after warm up top off as needed

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