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Smoke coming from headlight suzuki g's 125 1983 after riding

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Could be possibly be steam from water in the light housing

Posted on Apr 07, 2015

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    Tguy Hasham Apr 08, 2015

    Ok thanks mate will check today also just realised the whole exhaust is rusty starting from the engine block will check that to only just bought bike last night don't know much about them sure this thing going to give me wisdom cheers

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