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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-12-2019, 05:54 PM Thread Starter
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At the bottom of the engine.................You will have to lay on your back, right side of the machine under the engine. There will be a hole in the plastic skid plate. Plug up inside will take a 6mm allen head socket. Don't remember where the drain for the trans is but it will take an 8mm allen head
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At the bottom of the engine.................You will have to lay on your back, right side of the machine under the engine. There will be a hole in the plastic skid plate. Plug up inside will take a 6mm allen head socket. Don't remember where the drain for the trans is but it will take an 8mm allen head
I was afraid you were going to say that. Some videos showed a reservoir, not the case here.
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I don't think that one is a dry sump oil system. If it is, the oil tank is the same place you check the oil. It will be a plastic tank hanging off the frame. The drain plug takes a 14mm wrench. I will ask when I go to the shop today.

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I asked yesterday....no dry sump oil systems on the 700 engines so no oil tank. One of the holes in the plastic skid plate will not be round but an odd shape. Just remember that the engine oil drain plug takes a 6mm allen head and the trans and differentials will take an 8mm allen head.

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I asked yesterday....no dry sump oil systems on the 700 engines so no oil tank. One of the holes in the plastic skid plate will not be round but an odd shape. Just remember that the engine oil drain plug takes a 6mm allen head and the trans and differentials will take an 8mm allen head.

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