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I just got an 83 Suzuki GSX 750 SE, I am looking for the front left brake caliper, I went to Bike Bandit and they had all these different '83 bikes like the GS 750 ED GS 750 ESD GS 750 SD GS 750 TD But no GSX 750... I contacted their sales help but they could not tell me which part number I would need for my bike. Any ideas as to which part would be the appropriate one? danielle

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Http://www.alpha-sports.com/suzuki_parts.htm

give this a go you can get your part numbers from here

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The gs 750 ed is the exact same as the gsx750 they just came out a little time after each other and are the exact same bike

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