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2001 Kawasaki Bayou 300 Transmission Bushing Specs

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hi: working on a 01 kawasaki bayou 300 4x4 transmission, and i need the bushing wear limit's on this trans, i bought a clymer service manual, and a kawasaki oem service specifications handbook,. but neither one of these service manuals, have the transmission bushing, wear limits in them. if any of you guys, have this information. i would sure appreciate it very much. thank you

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Have you tried calling the dealer? They should probably have that service in their database and what to look for.

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