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    does the oil have to be drained b4 pulling the timing cover on a 250x?

    a little help?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gappa View Post
    a little help?

    No

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    I don't even need to tip the ski back?

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    u can raise the trailer to max but no u dont need to drain the oil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooah_Killer View Post
    u can raise the trailer to max but no u dont need to drain the oil
    see now your the expert you can tell them wot to do Hooah LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbreaksalot View Post
    see now your the expert you can tell them wot to do Hooah LOL

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