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pokerl0w

1993 Kawasaki Bayou 300c 4x4 Tie Rod and Shifting Issues

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well I'm wrong. soon as the oil gets really hot n thin, it appears to leak. much much less than before but, guess that's why most everyone stayed quiet when I got excited that I thought it was working heh

it's good enough for now though, going to play in the 3' we got and 1' more coming over the weekend HOT DAMN!

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well thats disappointing...  I didnt know if it would work or not...  It definitely looked ify to me but I dont have experience in that area...  wow (about the snow...)🤪

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check the rear rims. a lot of time the offset is different from front to rear... maybe he just swapped them without paying any attention...when he put on new tires

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