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I can't for the life of me find the correct service manual for this unit. It's air cooled, not liquid (oil cooler tho) and every manual I find has the wrong front differential diagram (it does NOT have a 2wd/4wd shifter).
I'd be eternally grateful if someone could point me in the right direction. I can probably slog it out from some of the exploded diagrams I've found, but a good "do this, do NOT do that" manual would be a godsend.
This is a strange question maybe. I just finished cleaning my old barn find Suzuki. I think it's a 1985. LT230 shaft drive. Started it up and other than making some carb adjustments (well, I think that's all I have to do) it runs fine.
But as I drove it around the yard I noticed that it is hard to steer. The front tires seem like they are barely touching the ground! The handle bar moves fine and the wheels turn, but the tires don't grip the grass.
When I lean forward as far as I can the tires actually bite into the grass and turn the bike. When I sit on the bike it just plows straight ahead.
Has anyone seem anything like this?
I wonder if the back tires are too small, causing the bike to lean backwards. Does anyone have the specs on what size tires I should have?
Thanks for any help provided...
By Frank Angerano
So for us here in NY southern zone the deer rifle hunting season opens up tomorrow morning at sun up! Looks like about 8-10 inches of ❄️ fell up where we hunt.
The bikes are ready, gear loaded and ready to go bags packed and the truck gassed up!
To all my fellow hunters that will be out there chasing that big buck; should some of us get lucky..... may be using their ATV to load up that deer and take him to the butcher I say good luck be careful and be safe.
Post some pics of how you did or didn’t do lol because it’s not about always shooting something but the time spent enjoying the woods and fresh air and riding in the ❄️!
My oldest boy is of age to have his rifle and big game tag this year so this is a special year, wish him some Quadcrazy luck!
Im banking on one of us getting lucky 🦌 this year especially bc I am out of venison 😢. I make some really good jerky and pot roast!
Hope to see some pics!
Found this system and have tried it on my quad (and bikes) had to mod the mount a little to fit my wider bars but that was simple with some aluminum flat stock adding 2" to each side. Simple wiring and all in one unit so did not have to bury an amp....loaded it up with music and also use my bluetooth on phone...wanted to share....its on ebay under firehousetechnology . wanted to share will post more as I ride more but so far so good and simple addition! They are on facebook also under firehouse technology if you wanted to see what they posted
Here is video link to there initial post and video
I hope someone can help me with this. I recently finished cleaning up an old barn find Quadrunner 230 Shaft drive. The only thing I lost during the process was the screw that holds the airbox cover in place. The suzuki part number seems to be 02142-0516A.
Naturally I would rather pick one up locally, but I can't find a description of what size the screw is. I have tries everything in my bin of leftover screws, and nothing fits.
So the question is, does anyone know what size this screw is, or can anyone tell me how to find out? I have searched google for cross reference and come up empty.
Thanks for any help!
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