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|Mike||Could someone please tell me how much gear oil goes in my gearbox? I can't seem to find a oil level screw or bolt that will show me.
|Hugh MacKay||Mike: There is a fill to level plug on left side of transmission case, just below the front end of left fender. Usually right behind the pull rod going to left brake. It probably takes a piece square stock to get it out. I probably as I ran across one the other day 3/8 drive socket handle was too large and 1/4 too small. I found a piece of key stock that worked. Who knows your plug may be changed since new.