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Where do you fill the rear drives with lube? Do you just take off the bottom "tank" and fill it up?
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Most pull off the bottom pan and clean, making sure there's no water in it.and then reasmble, Putting the gear oil in or just checking it is to take out the plug thad takes 1/2" rachet . Thats all thats to it. Good luck"Jack"
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There is a plug on the inside of each final drive that you can remove using a 1/2 inch socket extension. One side will require the drawbar being removed.
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Mine was easy to fill with a measured funnel that has a flexible drain tube for fitting in the fill hole. No mess-No fuss. Cheap at Wal-Mart.
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