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post #1 of 14 Old 07-16-2011, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
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need a PDF manual for a 2000 300cc 4x4

I just picked up a 2000 300cc king quad 4x4, and I'm looking for a forum to hang out in,,,,,,,,, I see that this site doesn't even list the 300cc under kingquad

What's up with that?

Anyway anyone know where a guy could find a PDF on line for a 2000 300cc king quad?

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Welcome to forum, glad to have you aboard. In the forum we don't class the King Quads individually by engine cc's. It is the same with the other quads like the Quad Sports, etc.
As for a PDF manual download i know of none and I've been on this forum for almost two years. I own the 2000 Suzuki King Quad 300 4x4 myself and to this date have yet to find a PDF manual download for this type of quad.

2000 Suzuki King Quad 300 4x4
K&N Air Filter
2300 lbs Superwinch
Kenda Bear Claws (Rear 25X10-12) - (Front 24X9-11)
Differential Lock Mod
13,000 + km/s
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In the forum we don't class the King Quads individually by engine cc's. It is the same with the other quads like the Quad Sports, etc.
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no but you do sub-title this forum " Discussions for the KingQuad 400,450,750,"

don't see no 300cc listed..... just an observation
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Huh, yes i see that. Never noticed that before, good observation.

2000 Suzuki King Quad 300 4x4
K&N Air Filter
2300 lbs Superwinch
Kenda Bear Claws (Rear 25X10-12) - (Front 24X9-11)
Differential Lock Mod
13,000 + km/s
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I found a newer manual for the 700, will that help me at all for basic reference, I don't even know how to check the fluids
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Oh, why didn't you just say so...lol. And no the 700 basic manual cannot be used for the 300 they are way different. Ok, first off to check the oil there is a sight glass right behind the front of the right rear tire. Make sure you are on as level ground as possible then look into the sight glass. There should be two sets of lines on either side of the glass, one top set of lines and a lower set of lines. Your oil level should be no higher then the top set of lines and no lower then the bottom set of lines, so right between both set of lines is what you want. The oil filter is located to the left of the sight glass, it's behind the cover with the 3 small nuts. Here's a pic:
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Oh ya, the drain plug for the engine oil is located under the bike right between the rear tires, it's slightly closer to the right side though. (The bigger bolt) Here's a pic of the drain plug:
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And the fill plug is at the rear of the bike to the right again. For this your gonna want to use an motorcycle oil with a viscosity of at least 10W40. If your ambient temperature drops bellow -0 i would advise to use a sae 5W30 oil instead. This will ensure easy starts and smooth running when the temperatures reaches below -0. Once again try and use a motorcycle oil, this is because the motorcycle oil has a wet clutch additive to it. Here's a pic of the fill plug:
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Checking the differential oil is a tad different. It is located at the front of the bike under the front portion of the skid plate. So for this you'll need to remove the front portion of the skid plate ( 4 bolts i believe), after you've removed the skid plate remove the top filler plug for the differential oil and check the level. You should see the level of the differential oil right at the bottom of the fill hole. And for this use a sae 90 Hypoid gear oil. And sorry i don't have a pic for this.

For a spark plug, use NGK DR7EA, and if you bike tends to run hot you can use NGK DR8EA as well. But use this plug only if you think your running hot. If you need further assistance on changing the oil let me know and i can run you through the process of doing so. Hope this helps.

2000 Suzuki King Quad 300 4x4
K&N Air Filter
2300 lbs Superwinch
Kenda Bear Claws (Rear 25X10-12) - (Front 24X9-11)
Differential Lock Mod
13,000 + km/s

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Oh, why didn't you just say so...lol. And no the 700 basic manual cannot be used for the 300 they are way different. Ok, first off to check the oil there is a sight glass right behind the front of the right rear tire. Make sure you are on as level ground as possible then look into the sight glass. There should be two sets of lines on either side of the glass, one top set of lines and a lower set of lines. Your oil level should be no higher then the top set of lines and no lower then the bottom set of lines, so right between both set of lines is what you want. The oil filter is located to the left of the sight glass, it's behind the cover with the 3 small nuts. Here's a pic:
Click the image to open in full size.

Oh ya, the drain plug for the engine oil is located under the bike right between the rear tires, it's slightly closer to the right side though. (The bigger bolt) Here's a pic of the drain plug:
Click the image to open in full size.

And the fill plug is at the rear of the bike to the right again. For this your gonna want to use an motorcycle oil with a viscosity of at least 10W40. If your ambient temperature drops bellow -0 i would advise to use a sae 5W30 oil instead. This will ensure easy starts and smooth running when the temperatures reaches below -0. Once again try and use a motorcycle oil, this is because the motorcycle oil has a wet clutch additive to it. Here's a pic of the fill plug:
Click the image to open in full size.

Checking the differential oil is a tad different. It is located at the front of the bike under the front portion of the skid plate. So for this you'll need to remove the front portion of the skid plate ( 4 bolts i believe), after you've removed the skid plate remove the top filler plug for the differential oil and check the level. You should see the level of the differential oil right at the bottom of the fill hole. And for this use a sae 90 Hypoid gear oil. And sorry i don't have a pic for this.

For a spark plug, use NGK DR7EA, and if you bike tends to run hot you can use NGK DR8EA as well. But use this plug only if you think your running hot. If you need further assistance on changing the oil let me know and i can run you through the process of doing so. Hope this helps.
great write up thanks. I have a 1992 King my Oil temp like came on while snow plowing I check Oil level it's OK I'm thinking it's the sensor but I don't know where it is.I let it off for 2 hrs in 3 deg weather & it is still on I know that it's not hot oil
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I think its on top of the clutch cover.

If it dont work we will fix it while we have our dirty clothes on.Best experience is hands on experience.
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I put standard automotive 10w-40 oil in my quad. Should I drain it and put atv or motorcycle oil in my quad or am I ok with the auto oil? 2001 king quad 300

FYI I have a pdf manual for my quad. PM me for more info
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You can use standard 10W40 automotive oil but it doesn't contain the wet clutch additives that motorcycle oil does. Personally i would switch to the motorcycle oil, this will ensure you do not develop any problems with your clutch do to insufficient additives. However, you need only do this at your next oil change, there is no pressing need.

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K&N Air Filter
2300 lbs Superwinch
Kenda Bear Claws (Rear 25X10-12) - (Front 24X9-11)
Differential Lock Mod
13,000 + km/s
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