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New to the quads my neighbor just gave me an old Suzuki quadrunner 230. It has been sitting on his trailer in the back 40 for 7 years since it last ran so I figured it would be a good winter project. Not sure of the year I believe late 80’s
I am sure I will have lots of questions but for now just searching the forums for info.
Hello - Quick introduction. I live in Arkansas on a farm. Built hot rods and customs for over 20 years. I love to wrench and toy with machines. I have 3 different quads (92' LT4WD Suzuki 250 Quadrunner, 91' Yamaha Moto4, 01' Honda Rancher ES) and 1 82' Honda ATC.
My starter clutch bearing has finally gone bad after 25000 miles. I still have to make a flywheel puller before checking the damage,so my question is:
What are the odds,beside the bearing, that the inner contact surface on the gear itself is still in good condition? Does it generally survive?
I can order the bearing shipped to Peru ,but there's very little offer on ebay for the gear, besides being pretty expensive from Polaris oem parts.
Thanks in advance for any information
Is there an accepted way to stop slow leaks in these low pressure tires? I have one that leaks down after a few days.
Is that sealant spray that goes in through the valve stem a good idea on quads, or should the tire come off the rim and re-seat it?
Tires are new (according to previous owner), and I don't see any damage on it.
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