GEAR / CRANK CASE OIL IN A PUCH?

COULD ANYBODY BE KIND ENOUGH TO TELL ME WHAT TYPE OF OIL TO PUT IN A PUCH CRANKCASE?

THANKS!

RUSTY

Re: GEAR / CRANK CASE OIL IN A PUCH?

Mine says "Type F" transmission fluid on the side of the gearcase. My Magnum is a 1980, what year is yours?

Re: GEAR / CRANK CASE OIL IN A PUCH?

I AM FIXING UP A PUCH MAGNUM XK (I THINK ITs A '78 MODEL) FOR EVENTUAL SALE.

I RODE A PUCH MAXI ALL THROUGH COLLEGE YEARS AGO. NOW, IN MY SPARE TIME, I PICK UP MOPEDS AND SCOOTERS WITH A FRIEND AND WE FIX 'EM UP FOR EVENTUAL SALE.

CURRENT INVENTORY:

SUZUKI QA 50

YAMAMHA QT

PUCH MAGNUM

JC PENNY PINTO

COMING SOON:

'82? TOMOS

HANDA URBAN EXPRESS

HONDA SPREE

HAVING FUN WITH IT FOR NOW.... :-)

THANKS FOR THE INFO!

RUSTY

Re: GEAR / CRANK CASE OIL IN A PUCH?

Where are you located?

The 2 speed tranny takes 9.5 oz of Type F Automatic Tranny fluid

The 1 speed requires Type F, 5.25 Oz.

Re: GEAR / CRANK CASE OIL IN A PUCH?

THANKS FOR THE INFO!

I AM LOCATED IN RHODE ISLAND.

RUSTY

Re: GEAR / CRANK CASE OIL IN A PUCH?

1 oz equals 30cc

Re: WHOA!

Ron Brown /

leo wrote:

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> 1 oz equals 30cc

I am not sure what you are measuring this oil for, but 1 oz = about 30 ml.

1 liter = 1000 cc, you do the math.

Ron

Re: WHOA!

Ron Brown /

Forget this post. I was "doing the math" after clicking the send button and realized I said the same thing.

My profound appologies to Leo for doubting him.

Ron

Re: not exactly

1 cc equals 0.99997 milliliters , so

1000 cc's equals 0.99997 liters.

You could look it up.

However, for all practical puposes, one cc equals one millileter.

One milliliter is based on the volume occupied by one gram of water a 4 degrees C, whereas, a cubic centimeter is based on the length of the standard meter bar somewhere in France. It was Napoleon's idea. Anyway, the two do not match EXACTLY. And, yes, I know, nobody likes a smart ass, but I couldn't help myself.

Re: not exactly

what about the overfill prevention hole? doesn't anyone else have one of these?

Re: not exactly

On a Puch, the overfill protection IS the fill hole. You simply fill to the lip of the fill hole.

Re: not exactly

no I have a hole with a screw & gasket on the front cover of my 1986 maxi sport. you take out this screw when filling up the case. when you've put in enough fluid, it will start to pour out the hole. makes things nice and simple. I'll take a pic during lunch:)

my fill hole is at the very top of the case. if I fill to the top it's way too much

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