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    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    Right on. I was cheering for you. HaHa. Wasn’t sure which way it was going to end. HaHa. Good for you. Job well done.
    lol yeah, might have to rebuild the carb soon and grab a carb kit i might just do that, when i took it apart last time the seat didnt come out, and i ddint want to break it cuz i had no carb kit lol. i think i flooded the carb yesterday trying to get the fuel mixture screw right and trying to start it up mulitple times, just unscrewed the bleed screw and let it drain today, gunna try and get it started again lol. none the less when it did start it sounded great. my dad was running out of patience and kept screwing witht the mixture screw when it wasn't starting up. ugh. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    Right on. I was cheering for you. HaHa. Wasn’t sure which way it was going to end. HaHa. Good for you. Job well done.
    lol ended up being the battery, 2 and a half weeks of turnign it on and testing it ran a toll on it, good thing i have a charger for it, its at less than 30% LOL. was about to take the whole carb apart. AGAIN

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    I had 2 Suzuki 300 king quads, Very bullet proof machines still have the 98 model. Biggest problem was rear bearings, they are wish bone suspension . Replaced the wheel bearings, a couple of times put a grease fitting on either side keep it pumped full, keeps dirt and moisture out. Had problem with brakes and wheels freezing in cold weather if run in water or mud, Ended up removing the brake shoes, and putting them on the shelf. My bikes get used for fall hunting and are not baby"ed . Never had motor trouble. old243

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    Quote Originally Posted by old243 View Post
    I had 2 Suzuki 300 king quads, Very bullet proof machines still have the 98 model. Biggest problem was rear bearings, they are wish bone suspension . Replaced the wheel bearings, a couple of times put a grease fitting on either side keep it pumped full, keeps dirt and moisture out. Had problem with brakes and wheels freezing in cold weather if run in water or mud, Ended up removing the brake shoes, and putting them on the shelf. My bikes get used for fall hunting and are not baby"ed . Never had motor trouble. old243
    good to hear, year the rear brakes to work but i got the front brakes working great.

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