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 Post Posted: Tue Jun 27, 2006 11:31 pm 
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My roomate has got a 77 Scout II. How many qaurts of oil does it take to fill it. He's missing the dipstick right now so its kinda hard to gauge. If someone knows the info would be much appreciated.


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 Post Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 1:52 am 
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i'm guessing it would depend alot on what engine is in it.

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eh, put 4.5 or 5 quarts in it....somes better than none!! j/k i'd find out what the correct amount is...

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Hey Gills had several of those sitting out there, call him and see if any of them still have a motor or a dipstick.

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kennedy wrote:
i'm guessing it would depend alot on what engine is in it.


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304...5 liter.

it was late...I was tired... :doh:


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I would really say you're safe with 4.5 quarts....

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No no no... All IH motors take 6 quarts, even my little 4 banger.

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