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Is five speed gear case lubed off of engine oil crank case or is it seperate if so how do you drain and refill and with what lube ?
 

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The crankcase and trans should use the same oil. There should be a plug on the bottom of the engine. I'll see if I can find an exact location for you in a picture. The oil you should use needs to be certified for a wet clutch. Best bet would be Honda GN4 10-40 oil. Amsoil also makes a great wet clutch oil and we have a rep here on the site if you would like that.
 

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I found an owners manual for yours if you like PM me your e-mail address and I can send it to you.

In the meantime, here are the oil change pages from the manual.
 

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I agree with Fourtrax. The 1984 Fourtrax 200 was the first ATV manufactured. They had 10 gears(5 in high and 5 in low). They have about the same body style as the Fourtrax 250. The Fourtrax 200 was the first 4-wheeler I ever owned. You don't see many of them anymore.
 

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Welcome to the forums!

The crankcase and trans should use the same oil. There should be a plug on the bottom of the engine. I'll see if I can find an exact location for you in a picture. The oil you should use needs to be certified for a wet clutch. Best bet would be Honda GN4 10-40 oil. Amsoil also makes a great wet clutch oil and we have a rep here on the site if you would like that.

Fourtrax is correct. AMSOIL 0w-40 Formula 4-Stroke is a great oil and is wet clutch compatible. Let me know if I can help with anything.

Mark
 

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I agree with Fourtrax. The 1984 Fourtrax 200 was the first ATV manufactured. They had 10 gears(5 in high and 5 in low). They have about the same body style as the Fourtrax 250. The Fourtrax 200 was the first 4-wheeler I ever owned. You don't see many of them anymore.
I have one. It's a classic and I'll never sell it.
 
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