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Newbies...

New postby Butcher on Tue Apr 12, 2016 6:02 am

Welcome.

a) Take time to familiarise Yourself with Forum layout. Most answers to common questions can be answered in wiki http://suzukits.informe.com/wiki/ and Links http://suzukits.informe.com/forum/links-f212/. Or by searching Forum (top right hand side).

b) Please introduce Yourself... http://suzukits.informe.com/forum/personal-introductions-members-new-bikes-f194/

c) The Pub is a good Social place to mingle... http://suzukits.informe.com/forum/the-pub-f67/

d) Bottom of Forum list is Classifieds...


New Members. When seeking answers, please state model, year of bike and anything else that can be helpful during post. Helps in more ways than one!



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Re: Newbies...

New postby 76TS400az on Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:05 pm

Hello
New cat here .
Gonna take a bit but i hope to post.
1969 Suzuki TS 250 owners service and parts manuals,
1971 - 1974 TS- Tm 400 service manual
1973 Ts 400 owners
1974 TS 400 parts cat
Teresa will help me scan them and then ill be trying my best to get them up ill look first to see if they are already on the site of course.
Have a great day.
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Re: Newbies...

New postby LWC82PE on Thu Jun 22, 2017 12:06 am

New Members. When seeking answers, please state model, year of bike and anything else that can be helpful during post. Helps in more ways than one!



Yes this is important. It suprises me how many people do not mention specificaly what model they have. Weare not mind readers.

If you do not know what year bike you have either

1 - look in the 'how to identify what model i have' section (in newbies section) and look at the frame number charts
2 - contact your local suzuki dealer, tell them your frame number and ask them
3- post a photo of you bike on here
4 - at least state you don't know what year it is before asking questions 'how do i fix this' or 'where can i get such and such part'
5 - take note of some key identification points. does it have alloy rims? reed valve? leading axle forks and diameter of fork tubes? is the frame single or center down tube at the front?
Wanted - 1978 TS185C frame with Australian compliance plate
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Re: Newbies...

New postby MyBad on Fri Sep 01, 2017 10:47 am

I met this guy on the weekend who called himself butch or butcher but to me that sounds a bit lesbian but what do I know what goes on in the world , I could see by the look of of him his old ER or was it a TF was needing a wash .. Anyway he was on okay guy and said I should look you guys up .

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Re: Newbies...

New postby overrun on Fri Sep 01, 2017 2:51 pm

I think his name is pronounced "booshay." Butcher needs all the riding mares he can find to take turns towing him out if wyat trouble he gets into.

Hope you find something interesting in tje Suzuki forum!
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Re: Newbies...

New postby Butcher on Sun Sep 03, 2017 12:54 am

"I think his name is pronounced "booshay."

Haha, ok.

Yes I am butch! Welcome to the jungle!

Feel free to look around but don't touch anything. The toys are in the corner but tidy up after yourself.


ps. Are you the chap with the TS125ER, or the chap ex. U.K. with the DR250?
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