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Old 23rd December 2004, 11:29   #16
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Can someone please teach me how to attach quote in this new format!!

I don't seem to get it. Not to mention my poor knowledge of computer.
God at times I feel so hopeless.
Jus click on the "quote" button u see at the bottom right hand corner of the post that you want to quote.
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Old 23rd December 2004, 11:36   #17
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the "quote" button u see at the bottom right hand corner
Using the dialog type icon on the extreme right , you can quote snippets too.
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Jus click on the "quote" button u see at the bottom right hand corner of the post that you want to quote.

Thats what Rudra seems to have done....... however, make sure that when you remove the excess text (that you dont wanna quote) you leave the thing right at the end saying [/quote] and at the begining it should start with [quote=membersname] or [quote]

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hey revtech,
Congratulations on the new bike,but just for your info.it cannot be a 98 model,the registration would be 98. it will be a 91-95 model. anyways safe riding.
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hey xtreme G

thts rite....

the registration says 2001 (was imported tht yr) but accordin to the previous owner it was manufactured in 1998....
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but accordin to the previous owner it was manufactured in 1998....

Hey Revtech,

Find where the VIN is located on the bike and then decode it to find the year of manufacture. (VIN = vehicle identification number.. something like a ~17digit code).... this is ofcourse assuming that bikes, like cars, have VINs..

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but whr is the VIN located....?????
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Old 24th December 2004, 01:01   #23
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hey guys,
the best way identify the manufacturing year check the following-
it will be stamped on the brake lines
on the rims ( on the spokes)
all plastic parts
if having any difficulty we can meet up and check the bike.
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