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Storm 2410 oil change question

Anyone know the approximate amount of oil (in terms of ounces) that Troybilt 2410 takes in
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Oil Recommendations
Before starting engine, fill with motor oil, capacity is 600
ml/20 oz.
Refer to the viscosity chart (Figure 3-1) for oil
recommendations. Do not over-fill. Use a 4-stroke, or an
equivalent high detergent, premium quality motor oil certified to
meet or exceed U.S. automobile manufacturer’s requirements for
service classification of a minimum level SJ (higher letter ratings
are acceptable such as SL and SM grades).
Motor oil will display this designation on the container.


Link to owners manual:
2-Stage Snow Thrower | The Storm 2410 Snow Thrower from Troy-Bilt

Troy-Bilt Storm Tracker 2890
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0w30 synthetic is easier to pull start. Doesn"t thicken in exreme cold. Brand doesn't matter buy the cheapest.
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Print out the owners manual if you get a chance, lots of info under maintenance that if performed can save you grief. Ex, lube the hex shaft, etc.98% of folks never do it end up repairing there machine and still don't know to do it or why the speeds work funny...
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