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 Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options

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PostSubject: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Fri Jul 30, 2010 2:31 pm

I have a '99 Suzuki LT-250F 4x4. Its a little bike but I love the 3 speed sub transmission giving me 15 forward gears and 3 different reverse speeds. With lockers front and rear, its a tank and will go just about any where. Problem is, the tires are starting to show some wear and, unlike other 4x4's, the front and rear tires are different sizes. This makes for VERY limited options. Currently it has 22x8x10s on the front and 25x11x10s on the rear (all original). I found that the Kenda Bearclaws are available in these sizes and but was hoping for something more aggressive. Would like to upgrade to a 12" rim but unable to find rims with a 4/140 bolt pattern. Can anyone help me out?
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Fri Jul 30, 2010 7:13 pm

That sounds like a really cool bike , man there must be rims available no problem , Ill call Beau ? Bo for short haha.
He know where to get some . Boot legger proably knows or Can am Chris or Dan - Dan knows everything we think .
He knows alot more than the rest of all our collective minds haha.
Let me check man.
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Fri Jul 30, 2010 7:19 pm

Ask our sponser , here is his page
http://www.mud-throwers.com/atv_wheel_chart
I only saw a very few 4/140

I think they make a spacer for that pattern that would allow you to use alot of the average wheels and thus tires .
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Fri Jul 30, 2010 10:40 pm

Do you know the gear ratio? The Honda 300 came with 23 fronts and 24 rears, but everyone goes to the same fronts as rears no problem. What I would do is measure how tall the front and rear tires acually are. I bet they are only an inch differance, if that is so run like 24/25 combo.
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Sun Aug 01, 2010 8:43 pm

Think I have email every sponsor that I can find on here that sells wheels. I can get the same stock size and only in the standard steel rim, can't even get a fancy wheel! As for a spacer/adapter, I would be definitely open to the idea, but it appears that it will have to be custom made and that equals major $$$.

Not sure on the exact gear ratio, but I did measure the tires and they are truly 22" in the front, 25" in the back. Talked to a Suzuki shop mechanic and he said I would be fine as long as I maintained a 2-3" difference.

But alas, she had to be winched back onto the trailer Saturday in Prentice Cooper. Was cruising along about 15 mph on Tower Rd and without warning, died like you had turned the switch off and locked down. No noises, no pops, no starting.

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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Sun Aug 01, 2010 9:05 pm

Man we should talk - mayeb get it running well and sale it ?? then buy a kick butt KQ750 2009 ?
I have 4 other bikes if ya really do want to ride but im trending toward the races .
conasauga the next two weekends .
Major investmant in time and bike for those .

Did ya see the pics of us and then this weekened of RZRchicks ride at the cove .
Lota winching going on on the point road .
So far ive rode it straight up no problems yet , but i expect my day will come .
I payed it forward in 2008 with a completly totaled KQ 450 out there .
Holla at me man im going to the point tomorow morning or as you call it davidson gap .
Psyched
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Sun Aug 01, 2010 9:07 pm

TikiGod77 wrote:
Think I have email every sponsor that I can find on here that sells wheels. I can get the same stock size and only in the standard steel rim, can't even get a fancy wheel! As for a spacer/adapter, I would be definitely open to the idea, but it appears that it will have to be custom made and that equals major $$$.

Not sure on the exact gear ratio, but I did measure the tires and they are truly 22" in the front, 25" in the back. Talked to a Suzuki shop mechanic and he said I would be fine as long as I maintained a 2-3" difference.

But alas, she had to be winched back onto the trailer Saturday in Prentice Cooper. Was cruising along about 15 mph on Tower Rd and without warning, died like you had turned the switch off and locked down. No noises, no pops, no starting.


Not to insult you intellligence but its happened to me .
Did you check the battery connection ?
When they die like that it always seems like its the simple stuff .
Loose wire etc etc.
Im not familar with that bike atall so ???
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Sun Aug 01, 2010 9:44 pm

If I hadn't just installed the new battery (Motobatteries AGM battery, its AWESOME!) and could see the lights on, this is exactly what I would have thought. However, it appears that I have traced it back to a clogged fuel line. This bike belonged to an avid sportsman that used it solely for hunting purposes. Unfortunately, he passed with cancer and his son did not share the same enthusiasm for hunting so the bike sat in their basement for a couple of years until he recently decided to sell it. Its a '99 model bike and only has 950+ miles on it (thus the original tires). Apparently I did not get everything out and I have something major wedged in a fuel line. Replaced it and it fired right back up. Not sure what else went through there so she's apart in my garage right now and getting a cleaning from the carb back. Ordered a new jet kit for it as well so its actually good timing.
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Sat Aug 07, 2010 11:51 am

Update: replaced all of the fuel lines and cleaned out the petcock valve (nasty). Took the carb off (very clean; screen in petcock did its job), put in a DynoJet/K&N stage 2 kit, and cleaned everything from intake to exhaust. It runs like a new four wheeler.
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki Quadrunner 4x4 - Wheel/Tire Options   Sat Aug 07, 2010 12:35 pm

Good deal.....those are some Tough atv's....first ones to have IRS.

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