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My bike got 750ml wrote on the side of the motor for the oil in the bottom end so do I put 750ml exactly in the bike? Or is there some way to know for sure? I have no owners manual.

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assuming its for a recent year rm250, its 750 ml for oil in the tranny, not the bottom end. and yes its correct.

not sure what bike youre referring to......

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My bike got 750ml wrote on the side of the motor for the oil in the bottom end so do I put 750ml exactly in the bike? Or is there some way to know for sure? I have no owners manual.

Yes, that's it. Just drain the trans and refill it with that much oil. And your done. There is a plug in the engine that over flows when youv'e hit the correct level, but your going to need a manual to find it.

So while your at the dealership picking up oil, order a manual. They really are a lot better than the ones that came with the bike 20 plus years ago. And they accurately talk about more than oil changes. :thumbsup:

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its a 99 RM 125.

That's even better, your dealer should be able to order one for a bike that's that new.

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Should be a set screw on the clutch side case cover (right side), it'll stick out usually because it gets more use than the other bolts, and it'll have a small washer, should be a 10mm, but can't say for sure. It'll be halfway up the case cover, use your logic to figure out where it would likely be.

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a owners manual is like over 200 bucks at the dealer man, so i guess that idea is out.

$200!!! :thumbsup:

Last year I bought one for my '02 RM-250 and the dealership only charged me $35.

Check out eBay, I see the Clymers in there all the time for about $25 plus shipping.

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Do some digging around and you might find floating around on-line (in a downloadable form).

And yes again for 750ml (.75L) and think it's 100ml more for a clutch change or bottom end rebuild.

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