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    Hello group, this is all new to me.
    Ive only been riding for 2 years, started on a 05 Suzuki m50 and I just got my 06 m109 about 2 months ago. And believe it or not this is the first time I have ever posted anything on the Internet.

    I'm looking to do some work on my 109 over the winter and really make it my own. Im looking for places for parts and maybe that do chrome work, someplace to get help if needed. I live in the Cleveland (South Euclid) area.

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    I have a few ideas. lol. Check out www.duckscovers.com

    For More information check out my WEBSITE HERE!!!

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    Welcome!
    Good choice starting on an M50. Most of us here believe in getting your sea legs on a mid size bike and then trading up to an M109 when you outgrow the other. You've doubled your displacement and your horsepower. ENJOY!
    These bikes haven't changed much in 9 years. There is a wealth of knowledge on the forum. If you can't find what your looking for, just ask. Someone will be able to answer you.
    Get ready to spend some coin on mods. Might want to have the wife lock up the credit cards! If you want to spend, check out the vendor area on the forum, do a search for M109 parts and accessories in Google, or ask a few members. There are vendors that specialize in M109 parts that are not sponsors on the forum.
    Enjoy the new ride! Stay safe!


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    Tank for the replays and Taz thank for the info about the gman atre on the shop talk forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by ducks517 View Post
    I have a few ideas. lol. Check out www.duckscovers.com
    Great work, I see a few I like. You will be hearing from me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chubbies109 View Post
    Great work, I see a few I like. You will be hearing from me
    Len at Duck's Covers is awesome! He'll make you pretty much anything, including custom, one off covers. He did mine:



    I added the LED lighting.


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    Welcome to the group and enjoy the modding...nothing like makin it your own...
    Stav

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    Congrats and Welcome to the Family!

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    Congrats!! Welcome.

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    Welcome. Do you know what mods the bike already has?

    When you do things right, people won't be sure you did anything at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QZephyr View Post
    Welcome. Do you know what mods the bike already has?
    It doesn't have any mods

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazdvl View Post
    These bikes haven't changed much in 9 years. There is a wealth of knowledge on the forum. If you can't find what your looking for, just ask. Someone will be able to answer you.
    Get ready to spend some coin on mods. Might want to have the wife lock up the credit cards! If you want to spend, check out the vendor area on the forum, do a search for M109 parts and accessories in Google, or ask a few members. There are vendors that specialize in M109 parts that are not sponsors on the forum.
    Enjoy the new ride! Stay safe!


    Taz
    You've already found the best wealth of knowledge.....this forum!

    Oh yea, totally agree on the Ducks Covers! Len does an awesome job! He did mine 3 years ago and I still love mine today!
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