Make sure it is seated correctly. Front wheel rim runout Radial 2. After the wheel is completely installed, rotate it several times to make sure that it rotates freely. After the carburetors are balanced, tighten the lines to the correct cylinder. Hang the bearing in the pot so that the correct way to use a socket and hammer when it does not touch the bottom or sides of the pot. Push down on the brake pedal and remove the brake rod from the pivot joint in the brake arm.
Tighten the bolts and nut to the torque specification listed in Table 2. Remove the hose Figure 39 from both fit tings. Remove the screw Figure 3 securing the throt tle cable joint to the air filter housing and remove the joint from the clip on the air filter housing. Compare to the specifications listed in Table 1. Remove the transmission, shift forks and shift drum assemblies from the left-hand crankcase half as described in Chapter Five in this section of the manual.
If the hole is elongated or worn, replace the swing arm. Replace any plate that is damaged in any way. . Further disassembly is neither neces- 1. Remove the rider's seat as described under Seat move the cables out of the way.
Refer to Figure 3 for this procedure. If you find this site helpful, please so you can enjoy the spirit of giving too. Make sure the clutch push rod seal A, Figure 99 Leave the cover in place during this procedure to is in place and is not leaking. This alignment is necessary for proper gear lubrication. Clean any traces of oil from the bulb with a cloth moistened in alcohol or lacquer thinner.
Start the engine and let it run at idle speed until the engine reaches normal operating temperature. If removed, install the O-ring seal into both the right-hand Figure 46 and left-hand Figure 47 end caps. The tires take a lot of punishment so inspect them periodically for excessive wear. If it does the 7. Split the crankcase as described in this chapter. Inspect the threads in the bore Figure 55 for the union bolt.
Replace if worn to the service limit or less. Replace the filter if it is broken in any area or starting to deteriorate. Install the diaphragm and top cover. Reinstall the bolt in the lever to avoid misplacing it. If all appear loose, tighten all spokes on in correctly. Unhook the spring Figure 8 from the stopper arm. If removed, install a new O-ring onto the shaft, then install the impeller and pin.
Inspect the piston seal groove in each caliper body Figure 27 for damage. Pull back the rubber boot A, Figure 162 and pan of 50:50 mixture of distilled water and anti disconnect the electrical connector from the fan mo freeze. A special Suzuki tool set-up Suzuki part No. On the rear cylinder location on the crankcase, perform the following: a. Remove the nuts A, Figure 6 securing the pawl retainer B, Figure 6 and remove the pawl retainer. Rubber pad with brake cable 3.
Install the air filter element and make sure it is correctly seated into the air box so there is no air leak, then install the screws. Don't lose the gasket from the shaft. Tables 1-2 are located at the end of this chapter. Remove the screws securing the cover Figure 40. Install the bolts Figure 93 securing the cylin hoses prior to installing the other cylin- der head and cylinder to the crankcase. Oil the piston pin with assembly oil or fresh 13. Lubricate the clutch lever, front brake lever, 1.