1972 Suzuki TS50 Gaucho

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Jordan675r
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Suzuki 2-Strokes: 1972 TS50 Gaucho

1972 Suzuki TS50 Gaucho

Post by Jordan675r »

Hello All,

I am having a lot of trouble locating a service manual for my 1972 TS50 Gaucho.

Does anyone know where I could find either a wire diagram or buy the manual from a trusted source?

Thank you!
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Re: 1972 Suzuki TS50 Gaucho

Post by Alan H »

A nice introduction is always a good start if you want a reply.
Have you done a search on here or a google search?
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I found a parts catalog, service manual, and a repair booklet with a wiring diagram for my 1974 TS100 on Ebay. Took a long time to find them though.
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The op hasn't been on since last october, so the chances of him appreciating your comments are slim.
I really don't understand why people find it so difficult to say hello and introduce themselves in their first post - you wouldn't walk up to a stranger in a bar and ask favours without a hello and a handshake would you
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