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How do you remove rear wheel from a 1982 Suzuki gs 650 gl

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SOURCE: oil filter

On the front of the motor at the bottom just behind the front tire. The oil filter is inside the housing. There are three small nuts and one bolt to remove before you can get to the oil filter. On the front of the motor at the bottom just behind the front tire. The oil filter is inside the housing. There are three small nuts and one bolt to remove before you can get to the oil filter.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: broken oil filter bolt

What you need to do depends on where the bolt broke. Is there enough of a stem left to get a pair fo vise grips on it? If so, then go to "Plan A". If not then do "Plan B" etc...

  • "Plan A"...Put some WD40 on the stem and keep the stem damp for an hour or so. Intermittently tap the stem lightly with a plastic screwdriver handle to set up vibrations. Now wipe the stem and break out your Weller soldering gun. Heat the stem with the gun for about 5 minutes. Now put the vise grips on the stem (at a right angle if possible) clamp down tight and see if the stem will screw out. A bit stronger tapping while trying to turn would be good.
  • "Plan B"... Cut off what is left of the stem and grind to a flat surface parallel to the case mounting flange. Center punch the bolt then drill out the center of the bolt. Use a drill bit smaller than the bolt and DRILL CAREFULLY. Drilling at a bad angle can mean drilling into the case. That's a no - no. Use a screw extractor to remove the remnants of the bolt.
  • "Plan C"... Okay, the drill went in at an angle and some of the threads were destroyed or the case got pretty well drilled. Use a tap and die set for re-tapping the old threads back to the original thread. Put in a new bolt and see if the cover plate will seal up when mounted. If so, you are done.
  • "Plan D"... Remove the bolt but leave the cover in place. Now determine if it would work to drill the cover plate and case at the same time then thread the larger case hole for a larger bolt.
  • "Plan E"... So plan "D" is not viable. Would Liquid steel fill the hole such that it could be drilled and tapped?
  • "Plan F"... Take the bike to a machine shop and let them do the bolt removal. I endorse this plan if you lack tools and really don't want to risk doing it yourself.
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Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you replace a clutch cable on a 1982 suzuki?

remove the cover behind the shift lever, remove old cable and fitting that runs into top of said cover. Next, route new cable from lever along handle bar, run under gas tank and then between the first and second carborators poke cable through hole at the cover,thread in fitting,attach to spring actuater adjust as needed,

Posted on Sep 04, 2011

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SOURCE: I have loose rubber tubes on my 1982 Suzuki GS 650 GL adn they are comming from the Carb on one side and have a screw on the other side any ideas

1. To correctly fix this the carbs will have to be removed from the rubber spigots completely and moved out of the way.
2. finish unscrewing the loosened screws and remove the rubber spigots and make sure to note which way they go so that they can be put back on the same way.
3. clean the back of the rubber spigots with laquer thinner or acetone and let dry for a few minutes. Also clean the head surface that the spigot attaches to.
4. apply a thin layer of gasket maker rtv or other suitable rtv to the back of the spigots and tighten them back down to the head.
5. wipe the extra rtv from inside and outside of the rubber spigot where it comes out of the mating surfaces.
Re-attache the carb and adjust the idle if needed.

If the rubber spigots are not sealed and tightened down, they can cause varying idle, popping throught the intake and exhaust pipe, hard starting, and bogging

Posted on Jul 19, 2012

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I took off air box added airpods with stock exhaust on a 1981 suzuki gs 650 what size main jets should i replace with


Richard, I would suggest you go with a stage 3 jet kit for improved air flow. Ebay has them for a great deal. I'll post a link. Good luck. ^^
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I have loose rubber tubes on my 1982 Suzuki GS 650 GL adn they are comming from the Carb on one side and have a screw on the other side any ideas


1. To correctly fix this the carbs will have to be removed from the rubber spigots completely and moved out of the way.
2. finish unscrewing the loosened screws and remove the rubber spigots and make sure to note which way they go so that they can be put back on the same way.
3. clean the back of the rubber spigots with laquer thinner or acetone and let dry for a few minutes. Also clean the head surface that the spigot attaches to.
4. apply a thin layer of gasket maker rtv or other suitable rtv to the back of the spigots and tighten them back down to the head.
5. wipe the extra rtv from inside and outside of the rubber spigot where it comes out of the mating surfaces.
Re-attache the carb and adjust the idle if needed.

If the rubber spigots are not sealed and tightened down, they can cause varying idle, popping throught the intake and exhaust pipe, hard starting, and bogging

Jul 19, 2012 | 1982 Suzuki GS 650 GT

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Yes i have a 1982 suzuki gs650 i am fixing up . i put the key in the ignition and it wont turn so i was wondering how i can start it to see if it is worth fixing


Hi , start by putting the byke on its central stand or other device, in order to get rear wheel on the air
engage on 4th or 5th gear and try turn the engine by turning the wheel (better without sparkplugs)
if it turns ok without noticeble strange noises, then put the sparkplug back and try ( ask a friend for help) to push it dow the road in 2nd gear
at this point i'm assuming that everything else has been checked (petrol, spark oil level,etc)
good luck,

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1982 Suzuki GS 650GL won't start. I've purchased a


Well the good news is the click indicates the switch is working, when you press the switch the 2poles on the solenoide are joined together alowing the current to the starter,bridge the wires at the solenoide this should put power directly to the starter you wont need to press the start switch, if the engine does not turn over check the connections to both the battery and starter motor,

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We have an 82 suzuki gs 650 that has been laid down. when driving straight the bike randomly pulls left and right. at first we thought that the front tire being low caused it but after filling it up it did...


The forks are twisted, probably nothing more. lean the front wheel up against a hydrant or the side of a garage, and tweak the bars straight. That's the quick-'n-ez way. The conscientious way is to get the front wheel up, loosen the pinch bolts on the triple clamps, straighten the wheel, and torque everything back up.
also take a close look at the bars and decide whether they are tweaked too.

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1982 Suzuki GS850 GL will only run with the starter button held


Obviously the CDI is picking up power from the starter button. Check the ignition key switch for proper operation. Chances are that whatever fried the loom also fried part of the switch. Alternate to that, trace the wire powering the CDI system, disconnect it at the source (starter button connection), then find a power source that is live only when the key is turned on and then hook the CDI wire up there.

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I have a 1982 suzuki 650 gs that just shot oil out of the bike


sounds like the crankcase vent hose. should be attached to the airbox.

Apr 09, 2009 | 1982 Suzuki GS 650 GT

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Oil filter


On the front of the motor at the bottom just behind the front tire. The oil filter is inside the housing. There are three small nuts and one bolt to remove before you can get to the oil filter. On the front of the motor at the bottom just behind the front tire. The oil filter is inside the housing. There are three small nuts and one bolt to remove before you can get to the oil filter.

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