Rear Hub oil
The rear hub uses ordinary car hypoid 80W/90W gearbox oil (not ATF)
This must be used in a reasonably strong solution at all times regardless of climate to prevent internal corrosion of the waterways and radiator. Any Mono-ethylene glycol in a 50% solution with water will be more than sufficient for temperatures down to -20 degrees celcius. Blue antifreeze generally lasts for 2 years and red antifreeze lasts for 5 years.
Any synthetic SAE J1703 DOT 4 or higher is fine. DOT 4 fluid will last 2 years before requiring to be changed, the newer DOT 5 lasts 5 years
Hydraulic oil SAE 20W (thick) despite what it says erroneously in some owners handbooks.
Keep the centre stand idler wheels greased using conventional Moly HM grease and the brake lever pivots with white calcium soap grease as this does not soften or rot rubber parts. Copperslip is recommended whenever bolts are replaced to prevent corrosion caused by different metals.