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2000 Suzuki King Quad Timing chain

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Guest djdave

Working on a quad for a friend, new to these.

2000 King Quad 300 Unit shows 1100 miles.

Low compression, tore down, needs piston & rings, cyl bored,

rockers & cam worn bad.

Adjuster on timing chain is all the way out, still had enough play to get chain off cam gear.

Can I replace chain without removing engine or spliting case?

This will make the difference as to if I procced.

Also need a manual, can not seem to find one for this model on the web.

Opinions, coments, sugestions?

Thank You


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You might be able to remove without splitting the case halves. Since you are removing the cylinder to have it bored that will make it easier. You may be able to remove the side cover, and anything that is in front fo the timing chain sprocket on the crank and work it around the end of the crankshaft. But if you can't get it around, then you will probably have to split the cases. Ebay has repair manuals for Kingquads up to 98, the motors are nearly identical to yours, so they may be of some help.

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