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  • 1994Kat
    started a topic Part Numbers and Diagrams

    Part Numbers and Diagrams

    Unsure if this was posted before... couldn't find it if it was...
    Full breakdown on parts with numbers, and diagrams.
    Online Free Parts Fiche

    http://www.hillsboromotorcycles.com/...ion_detail.asp

  • Black_peter
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    Originally posted by 1994Kat
    fair enough, like i said, sorry if it was a repost. but when i googled, this was the only one i could find.

    if there's a better one, by all means delete the thread.
    It's always good to have another source for data!

    Websites go down.. Right when you most need them!

    This is the official Suzuki fiche steve, bike bandit and Ron Ayers just uses it.
    IMO:
    Ron Ayers wins out for several reasons;
    *Thumbnails. You can look at the different pages by thumbnail. This is handy with parts like the brake pedal, it actually part of the "Stand" sheet
    Looking at the thumbnails short cuts loading each wrong page.

    *Part Numbers. Unlike Bike Bandit Ron Ayers uses the Suzuki part number.
    This way you can take the info to the dealer.

    *Cross reference. On RonAyers you can plug in a Suzi part number and it will tell you what other bikes it fits. So then you can possible get the part on eBay from another bike.

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  • 1994Kat
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    fair enough, like i said, sorry if it was a repost. but when i googled, this was the only one i could find.

    if there's a better one, by all means delete the thread.

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  • steves
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    Looks just like the bike bandit fiche to me....

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  • Black_peter
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    Hmm Thanks for posting that but I think Ronayers.com or bikebandit.com are easier to use..

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