Use type F or Polaris specific oil in the hubs. 80w-90 in the front diff (if you don’t have hubs with oil in them then the Hilliard clutch is in the front diff and it takes the Polaris specific oil not 80w-90 mostly on 03 and newer) and if your transmission is like my 2000 magnum there is no dip stick.
FAQ what type hub oil for polaris magnum
What type of Hub Oil for 4×4 system?
From what I read on the forum the Polaris brand hub oil is what most use for best results on the 4×4 system. I’m going to use the type f for hubs. Just want to be sure on what weight oil is in front diff. I’ve heard 80w-90 gear oil, type f, obviously the Polaris demand drive fluid too Hub oil you can use Type "F" transmission fluid.
How do you lubricate a Polaris demand drive hub?
Lubricate the wheel bearings and Hilliard clutch assembly with Polaris Demand Drive Hub Fluid or other specified fluid. Assemble the hub and tighten the fasteners to specification. Position the fluid plug hole at the 4 or 8 o’clock position and fill the hub fluid until it reaches the plug hole.
What kind of clutch does a Polaris 4×4 have?
Polaris 4×4 models use a Hilliard clutch to engage power to the front wheels. The newer models house the Hilliard system in a central front gearcase that from the outside looks similar to most 4x4s.
What type of transmission fluid to use in a Polaris Ranger?
I’ve heard 80w-90 gear oil, type f, obviously the Polaris demand drive fluid too Hub oil you can use Type "F" transmission fluid. Bearing should be L44649 (that’s a common wheel bearing on boat trailers,etc) If you give me the inside measurement of the bearing I will make suree to give you the correct part#.