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Old April 3rd, 2008, 07:49 PM   #1
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Anyone done this?? How hard, what tools do I need, and how long will it take??

Asking because quad will be located 200 miles away from my tool box Would like to have all the tools i need before I get there.......
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your eyes, set of allen wrenchs, metric wrenchs, feeler gauges, and 1/4 drive socket set
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a service manual would be handy as well for the specs if you don't know off hand
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Good, I'll have all those tools and then some, along with the service manual....just curious, do you need to replace any gaskets when doing this (wanna make sure owner has them)
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raptorforum.com you can find everything you need there
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not usually. the 2 plugs in the head have o-rings in them and unless they rip you should be good.
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Really quick, is there any use for LOOOONG allen wrenches (make access easier??) and if so what size....don't really feel like lugging my whole set of long T-wrenches down there....

Edit: nevermind, I found this link that has it all outlined to a T.....

http://raptor.popolz.com/adjust.html

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