what model motorcycle is this?

Discussion in '2 smokers' started by meijer's trails, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. meijer's trails

    meijer's trails Been here awhile

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    Its at an estate sale

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  2. 100mpg

    100mpg Self Imposed Exile

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    Small. Might be my eyes but I can't tell anything from that pic. I'd buy it anyway if it is under 400.
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  3. ctune80

    ctune80 Been here awhile

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    TM75 Suzuki, neat little early Mini MXer Rotary valve motor.
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  4. GarageRat

    GarageRat Been here awhile

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    Suzuki TM75.
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  5. meijer's trails

    meijer's trails Been here awhile

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    Thanks guys
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  6. ADV8

    ADV8 Taumarunui..Darwin..

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    Suzuki T S 75 ?
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  7. ctune80

    ctune80 Been here awhile

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    This is what it should look like I guess it could be a TS but it has a lot of stuff removed if it is.
    Other than the lights I don't know if there are many differences
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  8. ADV8

    ADV8 Taumarunui..Darwin..

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  9. ADV8

    ADV8 Taumarunui..Darwin..

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    I'm thinking a 1976 RM125S is a better option (34mm carburetor hop up version) verses the 1975 RM125M...
    Now that was a bike to learn on,fast.. :lol3
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  10. Sniper X

    Sniper X De Oppresso Liber

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    It's a TS you can tell because all the TMs had a black painted motor.
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