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Jers

Suzuki 250 quadrunner 2wd 1987?

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I need to know what I have and what tire really go on it, Mine has 24x11x10 on the back and 22x8x10 on the front and I need new tire but I don't think are the right size. Also I can't find the model number listed but it looks like a 250 quadrunner 2wd and I think it is a 1987 maybe, can anyone help me, also I it has a rich running sound and I put a carb diap in it and cleaned the carb. is there a jet needing replaced?

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On 8/26/2016 at 10:28 PM, Jers said:

I need to know what I have and what tire really go on it, Mine has 24x11x10 on the back and 22x8x10 on the front and I need new tire but I don't think are the right size. Also I can't find the model number listed but it looks like a 250 quadrunner 2wd and I think it is a 1987 maybe, can anyone help me, also I it has a rich running sound and I put a carb diap in it and cleaned the carb. is there a jet needing replaced?

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I have a 88 quadrunner 4x4. The vin is located on the left rear down pipe. It's a welded on tag and pretty obvious once I got down there and looked. Found all my info online. Not sure if yours is the same.

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