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post #21 of 65 (permalink) Old 04-15-2008, 10:32 AM
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Here's an online one with basically the same break out views but has links to easily find what you need.
http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....?Type=12&A=317

....just a handy link to bookmark.
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Just saw these!
Never ceases to amaze me how helpful this site is.

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Great Link (once fixed)...Thanks a bunch.

I have noted in my readings that the Volusia stuff is sometimes catagorized by the terms K1, K2, K3, K4/K5. I bought my 2004 second-hand and have no clue what the K numbers are about, unless they are shorthand fo model years 2001, 2002...2005. Is that a good guess?
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RBurton, you got it! K4 is 2004.
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Do you have anything for my K10



its a 1964 suzuki (79cc)

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Do you have anything for my K10



its a 1964 suzuki (79cc)
I completely stumbled across these one night while doing a google search on a part. Google would be my only recommendation.




When I want to read a really good Harley thread, I just turn to VolusiaRiders.com
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K1 - K5?

Thanks for the like to the parts book. But I want to know how I can tell which type of "K" is my bike? I have a 2005 C50 that I bought second hand at a Dealer and there was not any original paperwork on the bike. Is it part of the serial numer, frame number or what?

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Yours would be a K5...the last digit signifies the year (3005).
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