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1978 Suzuki Pe175 on 2040-motos

US $1,800.00
YearYear:1978 MileageMileage:111 ColorColor: Yellow
Location:

Coventry, Rhode Island, United States

Coventry, Rhode Island, United States
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Suzuki PE175 photos

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Suzuki PE175 tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):175 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Off-Road For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Suzuki PE175 description

1978 Suzuki PE175(C).This PE is 100 % stock and original with the exception of a couple of small things that being (the Pro Taper grips,Uni Air Filter and Tusk hand guards)Bike had been sitting in the cellar for a while so I decided to get it running for my son to ride who is 18.The bike has had many parts changed with ALL FACTORY oem Suzuki parts.Fresh gas and carb cleaning with a new plug and she fired right up.I went a little beyond that.I put fresh gas with Golden Spectro,new NGK plug,Suzuki 10W40 oil,Suzuki Tank Stickers,New UNI air filter(along with PJ1 Foam Filter oil),Front & Rear brake shoes,Front & Rear Tires(Keep in mind rear tire has been changed since picture) and Tubes(IRC),Swingarm bearings and spacers-with new grease fitting and grease,Chain & Sprockets,Front sprocket spacer,oring,seal,washer,Tusk hand Guards,Headlight bulb,Magneto cover gasket,Clutch drive plates,Clutch driven plates,Clutch cover gasket(again all OEM Suzuki),Gas tank strap,Fuel-pet cock,Carb float bowl gasket,Float,Needle & seat Assembly,Pilot jet,Main jet,Front Wheel bearings,Rear Wheel bearings,I will add more as soon as I remember.The bike is at a point where you can ride it,which it is being ridden easily right now or take it to the next point and make it just a piece in your collection.Doesnt need much to get there.I mean isnt mint but it`s probably one of the nicest PE`S out there.This bike still has the ORIGINAL spark plug tool that comes with the bike and is held on with the Black rubber band to the triple clamp(how many times have you seen that),Exhaust pipe and Spark arrestor are dent free,trip meter,high/low beam switch and kill switch all work fine.Im 51 and grew up riding on PE`s.Great machines.Front fender it faded(rear fender still looks nice),Fork boots have a couple of little-nothing slices,side covers OEM believe it or not are still available,seat cover.      Break it completely down,wash and paint whats needed-which is not much,re-assemble-park it and look at it.Those are the things I would finish this bike off with if I wasnt going to ride it anymore.But fork boots and seat cover arent to bad after 40 years.I DO HAVE PAPERWORK WITH THE BIKE. 

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