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John

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I bought a 2000 wakesetter with the V drive. I want to change all the fluids and filters, empellers, etc. It has a 383 Diamond Back engine. I know the oil and transmission fluid need changing. What type of oil should I use (brand and weight). What brand name transmission fluid do I buy? What type of fluid does the V drive require. My brother in law can spin a wrench and I have an oil extractor--I just need to buy the materials. Suggestions of what procedure and brand name of material would be appreciated. Please add any additional maintenance procedures you perform.

Thanks, John

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I bought a 2000 wakesetter with the V drive. I want to change all the fluids and filters, empellers, etc. It has a 383 Diamond Back engine. I know the oil and transmission fluid need changing. What type of oil should I use (brand and weight). What brand name transmission fluid do I buy? What type of fluid does the V drive require. My brother in law can spin a wrench and I have an oil extractor--I just need to buy the materials. Suggestions of what procedure and brand name of material would be appreciated. Please add any additional maintenance procedures you perform.

Thanks, John

This should help you out some..

http://www.indmar.com/ProductLine/index.html

Download manual for 94-02

Edit - PS Congrats on the new Bu

Edited by TheBlackPearl

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I just went through this with the engine oil - my search yeilded that the majority of people use Castrol or Shell Rotillo (spelling) 15w40. If the manual recommends using Marine oil, it is not necessary. Good luck with the rest.

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