Suzuki T 125 II Stinger

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Re: Suzuki T 125 II Stinger

Postby 850norton » Sun Feb 28, 2010 5:04 pm

MOUSE wrote:Thanks for the link L.A.B that is an excellent parts fiche for finding correct part numbers for a particular model :151
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http://www.cmsnl.com/



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That's true enough Mousey and it's a shame that some prats will ask stupid prices for parts or a bidding war starts up and the final price starts to dictate what other similar parts will start at.

For the more "common" parts it's pretty useful though.
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Re: Suzuki T 125 II Stinger

Postby Stuart SS » Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:42 am

850 ~

I reckon you are right about pricing on Japanese bikes..

I am aghast at the BS prices..

I think I mentioned the XJ caliper seals OI ordered through a local bike shop without a price... After all it was only four 'square edge O rings.

ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY TWO DOLLARS ~ :133 :133 :20 :18 :17 :4 :64

Stoopid on my part I should have known better ~ then I did not even use the Yamaha calipers !~
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Re: Suzuki T 125 II Stinger

Postby GNC » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:01 am

Stuart SS wrote:ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY TWO DOLLARS ~ Stoopid on my part I should have known better ~ then I did not even use the Yamaha calipers !~


You got a draw full of :! like that to Mate? :) :18
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Re: Suzuki T 125 II Stinger

Postby Stuart SS » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:06 am

Greg

I do actually .. have some rare :28 :28 , actually I will ship FOC if you tell me what you need ~

How about a XS triple air box ???? (Just what we all need !! )

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Re: Suzuki T 125 II Stinger

Postby scubabiker » Fri Mar 12, 2010 1:11 pm

try here they have a load of parts new
http://www.suzukitandgtparts.nl/
also try robinsons foundry just do a web search, nice bike, would love to have one of those think they look great.
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