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Chris Quinones

Need 1992 Suzuki Lt250r Service Manual

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The only service manuals for Suzuki ATVs are in the downloads section https://www.quadcrazy.com/files/category/4-suzuki-atv/ or within a topic in the forum which you can use the search bar up top. If you don't find one then it may not exist here and if someone would be kind enough to add one to our downloads section..it will the future. Everyone looks for free manuals but it really depends on if someone adds it to this site and makes it available as a share. ☺️

I changed your topic title from "serious help" to the actual request. Maybe that'll help.

On a quick site search, I took a look in the downloads section and do see this one which looks to be 246 pages...uploaded by @oxidized_black

 

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Thank you!

 

I was mainly looking for the torque settings for the clutch basket springs but i've been reading it's best to just go hand tight with some blue threadlock.  Still not sure i trust that but i dont want to snap bolts for sure.

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