What type of oil does a Yamaha Rhino use?

The factory manual suggests using 10W-30 for colder climates and 20W-40 if you ride in warmer weather where it’s always above freezing. Yamaha is one of the only companies that makes a 20W-40 oil, so with any other brand, 10W-40 will work fine in most riding and racing conditions.

What oil does a 2006 Yamaha Rhino take?

Yamalube Oil Change Kit 10W-40 for Yamaha RHINO 450 4X4 2006-2009.

What kind of oil does a Yamaha Rhino 700 take?

Yamalube Oil Change Kit 10W-40 for Yamaha RHINO 700 FI 4×4 Auto 2008-2009.

How much oil does a Yamaha 660 take?

Fill the engine with 2.11 quarts of 10W40 ATV engine oil, and reinstall the dipstick.

What oil does a 2007 Rhino 660 take?

Oil Change Kit With Maxima Synthetic Blend 10W-40 for Yamaha RHINO 660 4×4 2004-2007 – Walmart.com.

What kind of oil does a Rhino 450 take?


What oil goes in a Yamaha Grizzly 660?

Yamalube Oil Change Kit 10W-40 for Yamaha GRIZZLY 660 4×4 2002-2008.

What type of oil does a Yamaha Rhino take?

t-mess. I am about to do and oil change,and brand,and what weight oil should i go with?

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  • vulture7. Same question i have — I bought mine used at a dealer last weekend — since I do not know when last change was I want to change it
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  • What is the top speed of a Yamaha Rhino 660?

    Totally stock good shape 660 top speed is 40-42 when rev limiter kicks in on flat. Sheave should give you more.

    How fast does a rhino 660 go?

    how fast does ur rhino go? interesting how they all go different speeds. Friends 06 660 Se does 60 mph with dynatek cdi and sheave. with 26 inch terracrosses.

    How to change the belt on a Yamaha Rhino 660?

    take a clutch cover bolt and screw it in the secondary holes, there are two, only one hole needs a screw it will push open the secondarty, remove the clutch cage,hit the 22mm nut with an impact, pull it off and replace belt and reinstall and unscrew the bolt, rotate it counter clockwise to true the sheaves and align the belt…leave clutch cover off and rev it a few times to make sure you got the nut and washer on correctly and didnt let the weight in the primary fall out of their troughs….