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What oil should i use in my wheelhorse rearend? it is not hydrostitic.

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You mean for the motor ?
That would be 4 stroke non-detrgent motor oil..
At walmart or a parts store - you will find it.. The bottle usually shows a mower on it & should say for lawn mowers..

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