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Daniel Donnelly

Suzuki LTA 50 frame VIN location?

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Hi all could any of you good people help me with the VIN location on my daughter LTA 50 quadsport? There dose not seem to be much info about on these great little machines. Any help would be great thanks. 

Dan ☺

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Have you checked on the left rear frame where the tire is located.   It’s the rail that runs down right above the rear tire. 

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The only other place I can think of with Suzuki is the left front rail on the main frame under the foot rest black plastic. 

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Not sure of the 50's but the 80's have the vin stamped in the frame between the 2 front shock upper mounts.

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