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Old 07-28-2011, 08:15 AM
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Polaris Lube---> to Amsoil cross reference guide, does this look right?

Polaris Lube (ProductCode) Amsoil Lube to Use
Premium 2-Cycle Oil (AIT) Interceptor Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil
Premium Gold Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil (AIT) Interceptor Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil
Premium 4 Synthetic 0W-40 Oil, 0W-50 (AFF) 0W-40 PowerSports Synthetic Oil
10W or 20W-40 Oil (MCF) 10W-40 Synthetic Motorcycle Oil
Premium Synthetic Gear Case Lube (SGL-AGL), (TCC) Series 2000 Synthetic Chain Case Oil
PN's 2871280, 2871478 & 2873602
Front/Rear Gear Case Oil GL 80W-90 (SVG) Severe Gear 75W-90 Synthetic Gear Lube
Polaris Premium U-Joint Lube PN 2871515 (GLC) Synthetic Multi-Purpose Grease
Polaris Premium U-Joint Lube PN 2871551 (GWR) Synthetic Water Resistant Grease
Premium All Season Grease (GHD) HD Synthetic Grease
Counter Balance Housing SAE 10W-30 (ATM) 10W-30 100% Synthetic Oil
Premium Hub Fluid PN 2871654 (ATF) Automatic Transmission Fluid
Front Gear Case Oil (SVG) Severe Gear 75W-90 Synthetic Gear Lube
Premium Angle Drive Fluid PN 2871653, 2876160 (SVG) 75W-90 Severe Gear Lube
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Old 10-14-2011, 11:51 AM
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Hi Bruce... I'm new to all of this, so please bear with me...

I spoke to a Amsoil Distributor rep today, and although he couldn't tell me if the Amsoil lubes were a direct replacement for the Polaris lube, he did tell me that the "Series 2000 Synthetic Chain Case Lube" is now called "Synthetic Chaincase & Gear Oil" (Code TCC), Amsoil doesn't make the GL5 80-90 (front) gear case oil, but you could use the GL5 75-90 with no problems (Code: SVG), and the Polaris Demand Drive hub fluid, which calls for "Amsoil ATF Type F", would now be called the "Amsoil Synthetic Multi Vehicle ATF".

I guess what I'd like to confirm is if the above Amsoil fluids are the absolute correct fluids that I can use in my 2000 Scrambler 500 to replace the front gear case fluid, transmission/gearcase fluid, and the hub fluid, before I buy them and do this!
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Old 10-14-2011, 12:26 PM
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Unless I'm not understanding what you said, I think AMSOIL does make an GL-5 80-90 gear lube. Here's the link...

https://www.amsoil.com/storefront/agl.aspx

I know this, as I have used it in my ATV's.
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Old 10-14-2011, 12:47 PM
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Ok, excellent... so I could use Amsoil GL-5 80-90 as a direct replacement when changing the oil in the front gear case - thanks North Branch! I will point this out to the guy. Have you used the Amsoil "Synthetic Chaincase and Gear Oil" for the gearcase/transmission then?
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Old 10-14-2011, 01:04 PM
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Ok, excellent... so I could use Amsoil GL-5 80-90 as a direct replacement when changing the oil in the front gear case - thanks North Branch! I will point this out to the guy. Have you used the Amsoil "Synthetic Chaincase and Gear Oil" for the gearcase/transmission then?
Yikes, we are ruining Bruce's thread. Sorry Bruce.

Anyhow...

Yes, I used the AMSOIL Chaincase oil in my 500 HO when I had it. Worked just fine, but I didn't have the quad long, so I don't know how it is long term... but I'm betting it's excellent.

For a non-Hilliard front differential requiring GL5... either 75-90 or 80-90, I actually prefer this AMSOIL product.

https://www.amsoil.com/storefront/agm.aspx
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Old 10-14-2011, 03:03 PM
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Thanks again North Branch, and yes I agree, huge apologies to Bruce for ruining his thread... but the post was a perfect segway for my "fluid issues"... LOL. And now that I'm here, I can't help but ask... "Amsoil Synthetic Multi Vehicle ATF" - good for the hubs? Yes, no? Thanks again folks!
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Old 12-02-2011, 03:18 PM
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How about this chart!
http://www.purepolarisoil.com/pdf/Ma...e_ATV_2010.pdf
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Love the Chart. Wish I had access to that a few months back when I was making my own chart for my 2 machines. Cross checking with this chart I did pretty well. My one on the wall in the shop matches up nicely except I change fluids more often than it says.
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Question Oil Cross Ref

How about amsoil for 2011 850xp?
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Amsoil, Powersports 0W-40 will work great in your machine.
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