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Is there a special kind of anti-freeze that needs to be used in my sled?I have some anti-freeze used in cars but I don't know if I should use this, it's ethylene glycol. Also what kind of chaincase oil should I put in my sled?
 

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Yes I do believe u do you, look for anti freeze for an aluminum engine.
 

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Yes, it will work. Your cars radiator is made out of aluminum so no worries. All anti-freeze contains either ethylene or propylene glycol. If you want improved cooling their is coolant called engine ice that lowers water temps by as much as 10% but it is expensive at $20 a half gallon premixed. I would use just regular green, not dexcool.
 

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lots of different opinions on chaincase oil. Currently I use synthetic 75w90 gear oil from crappy tire. There are specific chain case oils but they can get a little expensive. Some people also use tranny fluid.
 
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