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post #1 of 6 Old 05-15-2008, 02:47 AM Thread Starter
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How about making more 650ABS available

Dear Mr. Suzuki
There are no Wee 650s available with ABS in the West coast. What gives??
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post #2 of 6 Old 05-15-2008, 07:49 AM
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Weak dollar.

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Dear Mr Want-a-Vee

Get your Government to fix your basket case economy rather than trying to be the world's policeman and then we may be able to make some money selling our fine motorcycles in your country. We here at Suzuki are a business that runs on the US inspired system that you may be aware of called "Capitalism". Under a capitalist system we are obligated to our shareholders to provide the best possible return on their considerable investment so as your economy is now rivalling that of many third world nations we are investing our time and resources in shipping to more profitable locations.
If you would like to emigrate to such places as Australia you will see that there is no shortage of our ABS equipped Dl650 models and not only will you be able to purchase one there but you will have endless riding possibilities and a climate that allows you to ride at least 365 days every year.
Thank you for your concern.

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...................and a climate that allows you to ride at least 365 days every year.
Oz, where evey year is a leap year.

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Last time I checked there were 366 days in a leap year which is why I said "at least 365 days".
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It's all AC/DC's fault..............

C'mon K1W1, you've got to get the occasional cyclone or 'roo migration that will shave a day or two off the riding calendar.

My wife has family down there, they'll tell me the real truth. I also know a few Aussies here who must've left there for a reason, mate. They can't all be running from the law, I hope?

That being said, if it weren't for pimply-faced American kids buying all those AC/DC records in the '80's, perhaps Australia's economy wouldn't be so strong and we'd get some more of the ABS Wee's here in the US of A.

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