So, referencing http://www.polarisatvforums.com/foru…0-xplorer.html
would just changing the outside oil seal #44 fix the issue or would the inside one have to be changed as well? It looks like much work would have to be done for the inside seal.
My Polaris Manual it says I should use:
PP4 Polaris 0W/40 Synthetic Engine Lubricant.
Well I bought an oil change kit online. The item description the Oil-W wasn’t listed. I just checked to make sure it was compatible with my Model or thought. However noticed this kit I bought is 5W-50. Should it be ok or should I send it back and get the correct one?
I’m just not sure how flexible it is compared to car oil. Even then some cars are more picky then others and can cause issue if not the correct W.
If it helps this is the oil change kit #877473 I bought for it.
Another question, on the seal between the case and jug, does there need to be sealant used, or just the gasket? I know a good air tight seal is necessary in the crankcase, just want to make sure I get that.
Another question I have, what is the purpose for the knob on the side of the brake caliper on the trans? I can’t figure out any point to that things existence!
(this is my first thread and day 2 of site, so far im lovin’ it)
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