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John Dunn III

Just Bought 1988 Suzuki LT230

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@John Dunn III looks like no answers, may have got lost in the mix.  Typically that atv should give you hours of trouble free use as long as it wasn't beat on or neglected. Just change the oil regularly and keep it clean. Inspect under the seat, wiring, etc.

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