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What do you use for oil in your ATV

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Been using Amsoil for 2 years now and never had a slip problem or any other problem,  love it :)

Thanks Farley. Thats the answer I was looking for. Its the last thing I would want to do is screw something up on The Atv by using something that would reck it.

Run Amsoil full synthetic in my Bombardier Outlander.  Runs and starts great even in the coldest extremes to the hottest days!!! 


--- Quote from: Skipper on Nov 17, 2008, 07:41 PM ---Amsoil is based in Superior Wisconsin, and to the best of my knowledge is not connected to Amway in any way.

Amsoil only has one brand of 0W40 for ATVs

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I was refering to their two stroke oil for atvs

ice dawg:

--- Quote from: Farley on Nov 17, 2008, 08:33 PM ---I allways run Valvoline 10-40 atv in my 03 Foreman (4000mi.) never any clutch slippage or blow by.  The dealer warned me not to run fully synthetic.  You may be able to run synthetic in a Sportsman because they're no wet clutches.  A Rubicon has multiple wet clutches and would use extreme caution with synthetic oils.

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I run Arctic Cat 0W40 synthetic in my kitty because it has wet clutches and the oil is designed for this application. Maybe your dealer is thinking specifically about hondas. I run this oil because Arctic Cat recommends it after break in.  ???


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