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Old 05-03-2011, 11:06 AM   #1
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Question Parts cross-reference?

Is there somewhere on the web where I can find a cross-reference for what parts will fit my bike?

I have a 2008 GSX650F which is a basically a Bandit 650 with fairings.

Many part suppliers don't list my bike specifically but do list the Bandit. I

For example: tech spec tank grips list the SUZUKI BANDIT (2006-2011)
- but when I emailed them they said they don't have a product for my bike.
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While I am at it - anyone know if I can swap the banana seat I have for the two part seat of the Bandit 650S?
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More than welcome.. spent a lot of time on that site when I had the Bandit and still touch base now and then.
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