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Old January 18th, 2009, 11:56 AM   #1
 
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water in both whats the best way to flush
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Run the quad in 4wd for a few minutes to warm up the diff fluid so it will drain better. Then drain it. Rear diff should be filled with Kawachem rear diff fluid. Just check it after next ride and make sure all water is out. If not drain and refill and you should be set, unless your axle seals are bad and water is seeping in. The front diff, I would put plug back in and put a small amount of diesel in the diff. Spin front wheels by hand to work it around and then drain it and refill with oil.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (spool @ Jan 18 2009, 04:56 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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water in both whats the best way to flush[/b]
Idealy you want to use something that will help seperate the water form the oil and vastly thin the oil so it will just run out with the water. What ever you do use cant leave a harmful chemical to either bearings or the disks of the break or dif lock. I would first drain both and leave the drains open over night. Then put the plugs back in and refill with either light mineral oil, get a half-gallon of WD 40 from a lowes, or kerosine. Fill, cap, and have all fours off the ground. Run it in 4WD to circulate throughout for a few minutes. DONT RIDE IT. Then drain and allow to drain for several hours. Plug and refill with the correct oil, regular in front and wet break type in back. Run it a bit more. You can rid it some but only about two miles. Then change it one more time. That's it. Sorry but any water in those cases is almost as bad as having it in the engine. If you don't want to do all these steps, probably get away with draining it over night and changing the oil twice real soon...like within 10 miles.

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Kinda off topic here but the question has already been answered, so it shouldnt hurt. I need to change my rear diff fluid, but cant seem to find it. Where can i get the suggested fluids at? I tried advance and no luck..... Anyone have a pic of what the bottle looks like? Thanks guys.
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It is Mobil 424. You may be able to find at a tractor supply store, but usually in 5 gallon pails. Otherwise, you just buy it at your Kawasaki dealer. It is called Kawichem and comes in quart bottles.
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I already looked at tsc, but no luck on either of the three suggested in the manual. Do you happen to know how much the kawichem runs per quart? Thanks.
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I already looked at tsc, but no luck on either of the three suggested in the manual. Do you happen to know how much the kawichem runs per quart? Thanks.[/b]
That's what I use..Kawichem for wet brakes. I forget how much...less then 4 bucks a quart. It won't take a full quart though If I remember right.

AM, wouldn't you think almost any good hydrolic oil would work?
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I agree that any good hydraulic oil should do the trick, but have always stuck with Kawichem. I change my rear diff fluid once a year and it is less than a quart. My dealer gets about $4.50 for a quart of the stuff. I figure, since I use so little, that I just stick with the factory stuff.
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Yeah that is what i would prefer to do also. Especially for as little as it uses. Guess i will have to pick some of it up this weds after school.
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