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Suzuki King Quad 300 workshop manual


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Hi everyone, I have a Suzuki King Quad 300 I bought new in 2020. I am looking for a workshop and owners manual for it. I have looked online and can purchase a manual but they only go up to 2004. Does anyone know if there is a newer edition or would that cover my Quad. Thanks in advance 

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