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2009 Suzuki Boulevard C90T remove the rear wheel

Remove the rear wheel on Suzuki Boulevard c90t with disk brakes @

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SOURCE: Cannot remove grips on the handlebars of my Suzuki Boulevard C-50

If you have an air compressor and air gun tip simply

insert the tip into the grip and apply air but

you need to remove the vibration dampeners first

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: 2008 Suzuki Boulevard M50 with Squeaky Rear Brakes

hi buddy dust wouldnt cause this problem change the disc and get a softer pad its difficult to understand why this happens but basically metal in the pads cause groves in the disc and the metal in the pads try slotting in these grooves as you brake and this causes squeaking mate

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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Greg O'Day

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SOURCE: how to change a tire on a suzuki s5o boulevard

Loosen the castle nut on the right side of the bike and push the axel bolt threw the other side. Remove the spacer that is on the right side. pull the wheel to the right and it should come off.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I remove the seat on a 05 Suzuki Boulevard

remove the two 4mm alen head bolts form the side, theses have lock tight so uses a small hammer to tap while you put preasure on them. a trusted buddy to tap with the hammer. then remove the two forward covers to be able to remove the forward two. and lift the seat from the rear.

Posted on Apr 13, 2010

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SOURCE: 2006 Suzuki C90T Boulevard will not charge

the altanator is under the left side cover that bulges out, to test the out put with a meter find the plug with the 3 yellow wires that comes from that cover and test with meter set on ac volts 0 to 100 range. put the leads between the wires with them unplugged from harness, test all combantions and you should get about 60 ac volts when you rev motor to 3500 rpm. if this checks good you need the rectifier/regulator not the stator.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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