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aj ford

1989 suzuki lt500 (Quadzilla)

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in need of a transmission for my zill. does anybody have one or know somewhere i could order one.  all of the oem web pages ive viewed does not have it available..

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You might not find one on eBay. Check your Facebook market place. Or ask other members that have a zilla and see if they know anyone.

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there is a used parts place called psn 402-371-7002 i bought a part about 6 months ago there in norfolk,ne.68701

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