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So I did the first service last weekend. Ran the machine to get it warmed up. Drained the oil and changed the filter. Added 3.3qts. Let it sit for over an hour. It was barely touching the bottom line. So I ended up about 3.7qts to be just below the top line. Opinions?
 

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Fill it to the upper full line and go. However much it takes to get it there. I just dump all 4 quarts in mine. Puts it just below the top of the sight glass. 3.8 qts = 121.6 oz. The extra 6.4 oz isn't going to hurt a thing.
 

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Fill it to the upper full line and go. However much it takes to get it there. I just dump all 4 quarts in mine. Puts it just below the top of the sight glass. 3.8 qts = 121.6 oz. The extra 6.4 oz isn't going to hurt a thing.
Thank you. I was just confused on why owners manual says only 3.3qts. I have a little left in the bottle.
 

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Thank you. I was just confused on why owners manual says only 3.3qts. I have a little left in the bottle.
I honestly have never measured my fluids. I have always just filled to the recommended levels. I have no clue how much oil I actually put in the front diff. or transmission. I fill them until the oil starts to run out of the fill hole, and then I know it's full. Technically I don't suppose I should be putting the full 4 quarts in, but I'm not going to throw it away and it's not going to hurt anything.
 

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I just did my 120 mile service. Put all four quarts in. :)
 
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