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Suzuki Landie FM50 parts.

These mopeds were exported to Cyprus and Greece and I can't find parts anywhere, does anybody know of any stockists worldwide for replacement parts?

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Most suzi 50 scooters used the same engines - they also produced the engines for the early SR Aprilia scooters.
I have used Suzuki parts in my Aprilia, so there's no reason you shouldn't be able to do the reverse.
I just took the bits down to the Suzuki shop and compared - you could do the same to an Aprilia outlet.
There is always Ebay France/UK as well.
Anderson Vintage Parts in the US has an enormous range of FM50 FM50A parts in stock - it looks like they bought up the worlds supply!
http://www.andersonvintageparts.com

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