1994 SUZUKI RM125
1996 SUZUKI RM125
10th digit in on the vin trouble is finding the vin!
The tenth character is the model year = 2005
I have found out that the year of manufacturer is a 2001 Model.
VIN should be 17 characters long. The tenth character denotes the year.
The tenth digit in the vin identifies the year. The "t" in your vin identifies your bike as a 1996.
What year is my Suzuki DR 250 with VIN NumberSJ45A102114
The vin will be on the steering head tube by the forks. The vin should have 17 digits, enter the 17 digit vin here: http://www.motoverse.com/tools/vin/suzuki.asp
1992 SUZUKI LT-F250
Turn the handlebars to the left and on the frame just in front of the radiator should be the VIN number.
You do not have a complete vin number. The vin number must be 17 digits. Based on what you have submitted (may or may not be correct), the 10th character identifies the year, in this case the 1 represents a 2001 model.
According to Motoverse decoder, this is not a valid Suzuki vin. Double check the vin and enter it at the link below.
2006 Suzuki LTA700XK5
Can't say for sure, you are missing 1 digit in the vin number. The vin is 17 digits and there are only 16 here. Plus the 10th digit represents the year and that is a 0 in the vin you listed, but there is not a 0 in use for the year. Please check and update your vin number and I will be glad to check the year for you.
It is a 2001.
1987 Suzuki LT500R
The tenth character of the VIN is the manuacture year.
Take the vin number off of your bike and enter it here: http://www.motoverse.com/tools/vin/suzuki.asp
The vin should have 17 digits, this is either a partial vin number or a bike made before 1981 in which case we have no way of decoding. If it is a pre 81 bike, check with your local Suzuki shop. They should be able to help.