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Hi, Last week I sunk her and got the ole milk oil. I have changed the oil 7 times now and the last 2 times i drained it I am still getting a little trace of milk. A friend of mine said to go ahead and put some good oil in and a new filter. He said what little water is in there will boil out. Anybody agree or disagree or have a better solution? Should I just keep on changing until there is absolutely no trace of milk left? any help will be greatly appreciated.
 

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I agree. If it's just a trace, I would go ahead and put good oil in it.
 

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Sorry I left out that I was letting it run in idle for 20 minutes each time i changed it. sorry bout that.
 

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it will be fine. most of that water will evaporate after some usage. if you drive it around for a few days and you still see milkyness (thats my new word lol) then change it again. mine went away after a few hours of riding. if you ride in water you should change the oil more often anyway, esp the gear oil.
 
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