Thanks BearFoot for the impressive quick reply.
Just to clarify what compression rate is good?
Also how do you check metal in lube?
I'm not positive on a compression PSI number, so you might want to check with Mike at Red Rock Powersports. Some of the other members, may chime in on this.
The Transmission lube plug is behind the rear break disk, on the right hand side. You will need a Hex Key set to open it. After you've rotated the transmission, for the bearing check, give the rear wheels a few fast turns to mix up the gear lube. As you look through the fill hole, you will see the side of the out-put gear. Slide a strip of white paper, down between the case and the gear. Gently pull it out, being carful not to get gear lube, on the break disk. Don't leave any paper, in the trans, or you may have some troubles with the seller.
The paper will also let you see the oil level. It should be just below the filler hole.
The lube color, will be easy to see and metal flecks will show, on the paper. There will always be a little metal showing. These little transmissions are under a lot of stress. Use your best judgement.
Like I said before, I would just plan on a trans rebuild. Then you know exactly what's going on, inside your trans.
I change my gear lube as often as I change the motor oil. Oil is cheap, Engines and Transmissions aren't !
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