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Alex Lee

Suzuki Vinson starter gear issue

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Im having a problem getting the left side of my engine case apart so i can fix my starter gear issue .can anyone share some guidance i have all bolts that i know or havent managed to remove hi lo shifter 

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your question ia a little confusing do you have cover off? i dont have a vision but a 1990 4wd quad runner and had to replace that starter drive part think mine was $140.00 year ago once i under stand question ill try to help i took off rear fenders and flaps

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No cant figure out how to get the starter gear side of the case off of the engine .I have all perimeter bolts ,shift lever ,hi lo lever just unsure how to proceed as i dont want or need anymore problems .As it stands it needs wheel bearings, top end ,hoses battery,solenoid, front diff,wheel seals, lol trying not ro get too much deeper.

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Any deeper ???? Any deeper your going to have a brand new bike when your done! Lol just kidding......

Take a look on YouTube I’ve seen a few different videos on splitting the engines for the Vinson just make sure you keyword it right. 

Cant hurt to post some pics where your stuck, maybe another set of eyes 👀 can help.    

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Many times they are sealed with a gasket compound.  This can stick the case halves together pretty good.  Be very gentle and pry, being careful not to damage the stator cover you are trying to remove.  I like to use a rubber mallet as well to gently tap the case covers off.  Just be VERY careful and don't pry on machined, sealing surfaces or you'll have bigger issues than you currently have.  Good Luck!

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