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Old 04-04-2012, 05:57 PM   #1936
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Contemplating selling this, and just trying to guage interest......

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Old 04-04-2012, 06:00 PM   #1937
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This shop has been storing some vintage Suzuki parts since we stopped selling them in 1969. I'd like to sell the lot to (a) Suzuki collector(s). I can't bear to just throw them away. It's not a huge collection, but if you have an interest, please contact me.

We were a dealer from 1964-1969.
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Old 04-05-2012, 05:41 AM   #1938
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Believe a selling price is normally in order....


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Old 04-06-2012, 08:57 AM   #1939
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Anybody got a set of bing 53's laying around they are willing to part with? Old and crusty is fine, prefer complete but open to anything. Carb rebuild didn't go as well as I hoped due to previous owners kludging. Well at least it runs decent again, just not well!
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Old 04-09-2012, 12:41 PM   #1940
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LF Norma clamps 60 mm

I'd like to find two hose clamps for the air tube to air filter box of the older style. They were made by several different manufacturers. I have two for one side and need two more for the other. I need the thinner type, 9 mm wide. They have a number 60 stamped on them, that's the diameter. This is the older style clamp that has a longer screw. Sometimes called constant tension or something like that. The only ones generally sold in stores is the worm screw type. Willing to pay nice price for working air tube clamps. PM if you are willing to send or advise where these may be bought? WTB
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:24 PM   #1941
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'74 R90S Key

WTB a 1974 R90S ignition key. The one with the round knob. I would prefer a blank ( who am I kidding ) but will take a cut one hoping to make it work.

Let me now what you got.

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Old 04-11-2012, 07:27 PM   #1942
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WTB a 1974 R90S ignition key. The one with the round knob. I would prefer a blank ( who am I kidding ) but will take a cut one hoping to make it work.

Let me now what you got.

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Inmate drhach at one time made some blank knob keys of different colors. I wonder if he still has one laying around for cheap..
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Old 04-11-2012, 11:14 PM   #1943
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Inmate drhach at one time made some blank knob keys of different colors. I wonder if he still has one laying around for cheap..
Thanks for the info, I sent him a pm, let's see what happens.
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Old 04-11-2012, 11:17 PM   #1944
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I'd like to find two hose clamps for the air tube to air filter box of the older style. They were made by several different manufacturers. I have two for one side and need two more for the other. I need the thinner type, 9 mm wide. They have a number 60 stamped on them, that's the diameter. This is the older style clamp that has a longer screw. Sometimes called constant tension or something like that. The only ones generally sold in stores is the worm screw type. Willing to pay nice price for working air tube clamps. PM if you are willing to send or advise where these may be bought? WTB
Take a look at these, if those are the ones you're looking for. They come with the tubes, Buy it now for $15.00
Item number: 330708267535
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Old 04-12-2012, 06:08 AM   #1945
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Take a look at these, if those are the ones you're looking for. They come with the tubes, Buy it now for $15.00
Item number: 330708267535
Nah. Those are the worm screw type. I'm looking for the constant tension, or nut and bolt, type. The older, CT, were used thru 1974 I believe. Found on /2s also I think. They were used for /5s and the first /6es. Just an older style that I like. There is a slight advantage to these if you want the hype. They distort the rubber they are clamping less.

I have plenty of wide 53s for the manifold tube, I need the 60s for air box to air tube.

Several false leads. I'll try to post a picture but I haven't been good at that.
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Old 04-12-2012, 06:32 AM   #1946
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Looking for a good set of headers with single cross over pipe to fit a R75/6? Anybody got any they want to part with?
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Old 04-12-2012, 07:00 AM   #1947
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Nah. Those are the worm screw type. I'm looking for the constant tension, or nut and bolt, type. The older, CT, were used thru 1974 I believe. Found on /2s also I think. They were used for /5s and the first /6es. Just an older style that I like. There is a slight advantage to these if you want the hype. They distort the rubber they are clamping less.

I have plenty of wide 53s for the manifold tube, I need the 60s for air box to air tube.

Several false leads. I'll try to post a picture but I haven't been good at that.
Sorry about that, are they the same type that holds the U-joint boot in place ?
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Old 04-12-2012, 07:02 AM   #1948
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I have plenty of wide 53s for the manifold tube, I need the 60s for air box to air tube.
Vech has them at benchmark http://www.benchmarkworks.com/ for $3 each.

07129952123 clamp fork boot
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Old 04-12-2012, 07:40 AM   #1949
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Vech has them at benchmark http://www.benchmarkworks.com/ for $3 each.

07129952123 clamp fork boot
I will have to send Vech an email. He may have it. It is still made I think but everybody stocks only the worm screw type clamp and under that part # I found worm screw clamps. So I'll write Vech and see what he has.

This is the same type of clamp used on the drive shaft boot. Of course much smaller.
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:48 PM   #1950
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Do you mean these? I'll see if I have any 60's.

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