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1998 King Quad LT-F4WDX rebuild


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Rebuilding a 1998 King Quad LT-F4WDX that sat for the last 12 years. Tearing into it this week. So far I've found brakes all around, hand brake cable, Choke cable, u-joint left rear, lower A-arm bushings, need to kit carb-petcock-pump, low compression, and more to be discovered.

I have rebuilt, repaired, and overhauled a number of Honda Three Wheelers. I have learned that there are some aftermarket parts that are junk/bad fit, and there are some places it is foolish to use anything but factory. I am sure I will have a lot of specific questions as I progress, but for now what brand of replacement cables, and what brand of carb and petcock kits have worked well for you. Thanks Den 

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O.K. let's make this easier. What carb kit choice has worked for you?

!. Just cleaned and reassembled with old parts. (What we call a field repair)

2. EZ Start kit $40

3. All Balls kit $35

4. Discount-ATV kit $26

5.Outdoor beast kit $12

6. Unbranded kit $9

7. ordered Suzuki parts o-rings and gaskets $20 plus parts as needed.

8. Mikuni kit, not sure which one is needed.

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