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Need info please... 1998 Suzuki 500 Quadrunner 4x4


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I need help please. This is all new to myself & my husband. We have gotten 2 used fourwheelers so we can ride with our kids (kids have go carts). One of the 4wheelers is a 1998 Suzuki Quadrunner 500 4x4. It has rearend trouble. 

We are having a difficult time finding new or used parts, & no luck with aftermarket parts. 

Hoping someone here can help. We were told by Suzuki dealership that some Artic Cat parts will interchange, but he wasnt sure which ones & said there are companies that produce aftermarket parts, but wasn't any help there either. 

Any help or information is greatly appreciated.... Thank you.

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I have finally found & ordered all parts needed, plus repair manual, except the internal clip. I overlooked it, when looking at diagram when ordering. Now all parts except it should be here by the weekend. Now my dilemma is to find this clip, i have part number, but can't find one.

Not sure exactly what was wrong with it, beforehand. But when we bought it, they just said it needed rearend fixed, so my brother n law came up & helped my husband. They tore into it & said it had been apart before. 

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oh that could be a problem-  i would check over all the parts in your rearend and be sure nothing is tampered with that could have caused the atv to blow itself agian.  as for the clip i order most of my parts off amazon and most of the time if im looking for a specific part and have the part number i will simply search the make and model of the atv followed by the part number and 90% of the time can easily find the exact part for my atv regardless of make or model.  the only times i have trouble finding parts is on these little knock-off chinese atvs that they sell nowdays but yours is a well-known make and model- you should have no trouble finding what you need on amazon or ebay or the sight you have used.

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On 6/23/2020 at 1:39 PM, vonda flynn said:

I have finally found & ordered all parts needed, plus repair manual, except the internal clip. I overlooked it, when looking at diagram when ordering. Now all parts except it should be here by the weekend. Now my dilemma is to find this clip, i have part number, but can't find one.

Not sure exactly what was wrong with it, beforehand. But when we bought it, they just said it needed rearend fixed, so my brother n law came up & helped my husband. They tore into it & said it had been apart before. 

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Try ebay. Autoparts store. Tractor supply, family farm and home. Take the old one in with you. 

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