Guests - If You want access to member only forums on HSO. You will gain access only when you sign-in or Sign-Up on HotSpotOutdoors.

It's easy - LOOK UPPER right menu.

Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
kensom

Suzuki 250 Quadrunner ...help

6 posts in this topic

I am getting my just purchased 1999 250 Quadrunner ready for ice fishing and I'll be darned if I can't find a dipstick to check the oil. There is a fill cal over the rear drive unit but no dipstick on it. Anyone have an idea how I check the oil on this thing?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

some dont have dipsticks you just gotta open the filler cap and if you see oil you should be O.K.........not exactly sure we used to have an Arctic Cat like that...if your not sure id call a Suzi dealer and ask...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I had an old Quadrunner 125 that I don't recall having a dipstick. It did have a site-glass for checking the oil level.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I had an old Quadrunner 125 that I don't recall having a dipstick. It did have a site-glass for checking the oil level.

ya thats what our Cat had! really sucked after awhile you couldnt see through ours

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

some dont have dipsticks you just gotta open the filler cap and if you see oil you should be O.K.........

I really don't think that is true. There will either be a dipstick or a site glass on the side of the crankcase. If it has neither someone has replaced the dipstick w/filler cap with one that does not have a dipstick.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Should be a site glass. If I remember correctly, on mine (95) the site glass is in front of the rear axel so it's almost impossible to pour and look at the same time unless you remove the rear wheel.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0



  • Posts

    • I was glad I had scratchers on thursday,,,, after 7 miles on the trail my skid looked show room clean ,,, put the scratchers down and all was good ,,,Trails are still rideable up here but showing some snert,,, Gonna switch to ice fishing till we get some snow cover again 
    • I thought it looked cool, the way it unfolds.   Run time indeed is an issue, and it would probably take slogging through them one by one to tell.
    • U have to keep telling us.......
    • duurrrr whats a heat exchanger I sold my trail sled and only have my f/c ice fishing sled now.   I was thinking about buying a new trail sled beginning of this year but glad I didn't I just don't have time for both ice fishing and sledding oh the hardships I have   I wish I lived in the mountains I think snowmobiling would win over fishing
    • Have the 8" k-drill. Bought it at the fishing show. Had it out about 8 different times and love it. No complaints. Very light weight, drill about 20-25 holes out each time. Only on Monday did I have to use a second battery, had about 21 inches of ice. I have two 5ah batteries for it.
    • It was awesome.....it is not exactly a new thing for presidents to lie, but the guy actually brought in clappers to clap for his lies about pee and crowd gate.....as this means somehow he wasn't lying his a$$ off?  Watching Spicer later in the day trying to provide cover for the boss was almost painful. ....if it wasn't so funny. No clappers there    #sidetrackedfromallthefirstdaypromises
    • Looks like great sub-flooring but not sure how well chip board products would hold up for a trailer top? Even if it's a covered trailer the slush and salt will do a number on the bottom side I would think? For the cost I would just put some 5/8th treated plywood down.
    • I used to sip cognac with a beer and I didn't even get in to whiskeys or bourbons until 8 or 10 years ago, so as a novice I started with the Canadian blends like Crown, Tangle Ridge and Pendleton and I'm more of a sipper using the old fashioned glasses.  I can't give recommendations on any of the really good brands, but if you ever see some of this... run screaming from the bar.  
    • Catfish is right up there with walleye, perch, trout, steelhead, salmon, flounder, grouper.....
    • What does it matter what Bernie Sanders had figured out considering the DNC blatantly rigged the primary against him? And then they tried with all their might to do it again and were exposed.   Face it, you party is fueled by people who are showing that they are the very ones they claim to be fighting against.    Immoral, intolerant, violent, judgemental and full of hate. 
  • Our Sponsors