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Jun 15, 2013
 
I would like to know what dot to use in my 2000 wildcat I lost the manual or I just can't find it. I'm not sure it even said in the worthless thing anyway and if it did it might have been wrong. I talked to a man in Columbus Ohio a few years ago and he was very helpful his name was Mike if anyone knows of him could you let me know if he I s still around thanks oh I'm talking about brake fluid I need the dot number thanks.

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Jul 17, 2013
 
Someone must know the answer to this...

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