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This is a discussion on Transmission Gear Oil Bubbles/Foamy within the X2/X4 Transmission & Drivetrain forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; Hey everyone, I changed my 20 hr fluids this weekend, and replaced my Tranny & Diffs with Lucas 80W90 Gear Trans Oil. Went trail riding ...

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    Transmission Gear Oil Bubbles/Foamy

    Hey everyone, I changed my 20 hr fluids this weekend, and replaced my Tranny & Diffs with Lucas 80W90 Gear Trans Oil. Went trail riding this weekend, I got back home and checked the levels,
    and the Tranny level was perfect but had bubbles or foamy on dipstick. I checked right after we rode, so was still hot. Any Comments? would appreciate it.

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    Giant eggbeater would froth it up a little. If it is full when it settles down I would carry on.

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