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Acquired Suzuki Quadrunner 250

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Aquired a Quadrunner 240 about a year and half ago.The man said he knew nothing of it history just took it a s an add on in a trade he had made, It looked good-early/mid 90's all the plastic in good shape with no obvious oil stains, dents, etc, now have time to check it a little cl;oser...any suggestions as to what to look for? Aside from metal shavings, checking fluids etc? Whats good to see? Bad? Thank ahead

 

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Sounds like a good find. Here's a good topic that list some things to look for when buying a used ATV:

 

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Keep an eye for bogging or rough idling or bogging. Fuel system has a tendency to have problems, so look at the the vacuum lines.

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