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Hi all, new guy from Montana here. Mostly looking to get some service information for my old '87 Suzuki LTF230. I've been riding motorbikes/3/4-wheelers since before I could ride a bicycle, so I'm definitely not new to toys. Current list includes my '85 XR350, an '85 TRX250, the LTF230, an '04 Outlander 400, an '08 Outlander 800, and I'm sure something else in a shed.

Anyhoo, my son decided it was time to tear down the LTF230 a bit and clean things up. It needs a new rear hub, the lights recently quit working most of the time, brakes, maybe a few bearings etc. This quad was purchased new by his grandpa for the ranch, and has had a typical hard life ranching. :)

 

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