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This is a discussion on Oil overfill? within the Wolverine General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; Yeah I just found the info on it. Seems they shorted the range to the low mark. Much smaller Hashed area for normal. I guess ...

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    Yeah I just found the info on it. Seems they shorted the range to the low mark. Much smaller Hashed area for normal.

    I guess I am loosing it then. Cabin fever..maybe, its sunny so I better get out and ride it again today.

    Thanks, I'd have been worried...

    PS Then thinking, Why the arrow up to read. I know I had trouble inserting it early in the spring when I checked it and it was because of the arrow was not up.
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