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sorry to come in your discussion, but I will be very happy if you can help me. is there a special thing about put new oil in the gearbox ?
I have just renew the disc brake system and so I have to put oil.
the problem is that I did think I have to put 30 litres but with only a little more as 20, it seems to be already to high
thanks for the answer
|doyle||my book states 8 Gallons, but I just drained the oil out of my 59 year model 65 and there were only about 6 gallon. I am in the process of replacing the brake discs, I have removed the left whell and the final drive gear box, Down to the Axil shaft sticking out, but how do you get the shaft out of the housing?