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Fluid Change

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bowhunt4life

I had to swap rear ends on my hb212. In my haste I failed to drain the BGB before I put everything back together.

So I should remove the lower plug, removed the plug at the halfway point. Once fluid drained I'll reinstall the lower plug and fill the BGB back up to the level of the middle plug?

At least this is my plan unless someone has a better plan.

Thanks

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