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Is this a 1991 Suzuki QuadRunner 300 4WD?

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Hello all, just bought my first ATV today at a local government disposal auction. A buddy who knows a little about them advised me and I spent $1300.00CDN - plastic is a little rough but it seems to run well and no obvious mechanical issues. According to the auction catalog it is a 1991 Suzuki LT F4 but I can't find anything on line - I'm looking for advice about where I can find manuals etc. Also simple stuff like changing oil, key fluid levels to check and how and what should I be checking mechanically.

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DOUBLE POST, DOUBLE POST, the super mod posted the same thing twice, and I cought him hahaha. Ahem, anyway, a picture would help someone tell you what you have, or you can call the dealer and give them the VIN #. Or enter the model that Bot suggested into your search engine and try to find an image to compare.

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A little late for that much coffee, huh? LOL I don't know why it did a double post...weird?????

It is almost impossible to find any info off of that model number. I think that is the actual model number of a King Quad.

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I'm not familiar with that model. Can you post a picture?

Will hopefully get some pics this weekend will post then.

Thanks

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I found this forum. Can't hurt to give it a try..

Click Here>suzuki lt f4 1991 wdxm forum

The same site has a parts list.

Click Here>suzuki partsmanual fiche lt f4 1991 wdxm partslist

Maybe you can find everything you need there, but don't leave us. :biggrin:

I also would like to see a picture of your quad if you can. (It's a Quad Thing) :GEEK:

Thanks for that I'll check it out!

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Ok, so got to drive my new toy today - first time I have ever driven a motor bike of any kind - it was a blast! Also took some pictures - and found a label with Model No. LT-F4WX from my reserach I'm beginning to suspect it may be a 1991 Suzuki QuadRunner 300 4WD. Anywau please check out the pics and let me know if you recognize the model for sure.

I checked out the forum suggested in one of the earlier replys it was a parts list but no owners manual - checked my local ATV dealer and was told manual no longer availabe. I really need something like an owners manual so I at least can check and change oil and other relevant fluids and do some basic maintenance - any suggestions would be appreciated.

Sorry can't upload pics keep getting error message "THis is not a valid image format" - tried JPG and PNG - they are up on my Facebook page Roger Bannister | Facebook

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Thread title changed to: Is this a 1991 Suzuki QuadRunner 300 4WD?

And does anyone have a manual to sell or for free :biggrin: if it is!

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Thanks Dirt Demon!

No problem. If you search ebay a bit, you might be able to find a better price on that manual. I bought one for my Honda about two years ago for less than $20.

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No problem. If you search ebay a bit, you might be able to find a better price on that manual. I bought one for my Honda about two years ago for less than $20.

So I now have a manual, I ended up ordering a new one online from Clymer - the correct model number is LT-4WDX - it is a 280CC engine. I'm planning on doing oil and oil filter change, new sparkplug and thinking about changing the front differential fluid.

Any suggestions for any other minor maintenance items I should be thinking about?

Thanks, Roger

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Give the wheels a good shake, you want to check for worn wheel bearings and ball joints. Also, give the boots on your CV joints a good look, make sure there are no rips or tears, if you lose the grease in there the joints will go bad in no time.

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That's greta advice DD.

That machine has 4WD and Diff lock, right? You can also take a look at your brake adjustments, I believe there is a cable adjusten't on that model for the rear brakes.

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Sounds like you are getting some good advice Roger. Glad you are here at QuadCrazy!! Welcome.

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Also check for grease zerks. I know Suzuki had some in the 80's. Not to sure about you 91.

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