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Lower Unit Capacity ?

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I have a 1988 9.9 Evinrude two stroke short shaft, haven't changed the lower unit oil since I got it last year and am planning on doing it this weekend. Don't have an owner's manual, offhand does anyone know how much oil I need to buy? Also, is there any specific brand that I should get or avoid. Any help is appreciated as always, thanks!

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If I recall correctly, it's shy of 1 quart.

Lower unit lube is fairly universal unless you want to go synthetic. I use Amsoil lower unit lube.

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I have a 1988 9.9 Evinrude two stroke short shaft, haven't changed the lower unit oil since I got it last year

Try and do this before winter rolls around. The idea is that by changing the oil before everything freezes you reduce the risk of water in your lower unit pushing the seals out of the lower unit.

Good luck!

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