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Need a favor please. Could someone check your owners manual and let me know the recommended oil weight for the 4JH2? I'm 150 miles from the boat (and my book) and would like to buy some oil here where it's a bit cheaper.

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Re: Yanmar 4JH2 users...

Found an online version... says SAE 20/30.. same for tranny if KM3P2, but tranny is ATF if KBW20/21

http://www.yanmarmarine.co.uk/pdfs/s...al/EPB5545.pdf
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Need a favor please. Could someone check your owners manual and let me know the recommended oil weight for the 4JH2? I'm 150 miles from the boat (and my book) and would like to buy some oil here where it's a bit cheaper.

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