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How to remove the swing arm bushes on a Suzuki Marauder?

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SOURCE: 97 suzuki marauder fork seals problem

Normally no. If the fork seals are leaking when you ratchet the front down on the trailer your seals were bad prior to that. If you are talking about the straps being wrapped around the forks the only thing that they would contact would be the dust covers. The fork seals are actually down inside the fork about 1/4 inch. Have a good day

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SOURCE: how to remove swing arm bearings on a suzuki rm 80

need a bearing removal tool, pick one up @ your dealer

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SOURCE: have a 2004 suzuki marauder. engine starts but

Your idle circuit jet is clogged, you will need to run seafoam fuel additive in your gas tank and see if this clears it up or clean the carbs.

Posted on Apr 04, 2010

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