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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-28-2020, 04:12 AM Thread Starter
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FJR 08' Parting from Thailand

Hi, Just joined this forum.
I have an 08 with 7600 miles. Bike was bought new in Arizona and shipped to thailand in 2010.
Due to changes in the rules here, wasn't able to register it.
I have all the export / import documents plus the original docs, title and tag from the states.
The bike has been stripped into sub units.
Engine is complete with all fueling and harnesses.
Frame is bare, subframe, swingarm etc....
Nose piece is complete.
The bike has never been down, although there are some handling marks on some of the plastics.
Aside from that, the bike is as close to perfect as you could expect.
I have photos of everything.
It has the factory panniers and ABS
Will supply vin and engine numbers on request
[email protected] 66-821723400 skype is geoff.cone1
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-28-2020, 11:17 AM
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Now that's a bummer, why is that they wouldn't let you register a "clean burning engine bike" and they allow all (20 Million) other 2 stroke "smokin" mopeds
Is it true ? what I once read about motorcycling in Thailand; Riding a bike in Thailand is like swimming with fish, all move together, sharks coming and going all the time. Day dream once and you're f***d. Not allowed to have a mistake or a bad day on these roads. Bribing corrupted police and other authorities is OK to "take care of things"

Pls post more pictures of bits and pieces at different angles, for most of us FJR owners that will (knock on wood) never crash our bikes it's interesting to see the "exploded view of an FJR". Cheers
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-09-2020, 08:54 AM Thread Starter
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Bike is sold as of April 8th.
What you have heard about Thailand relative to motorcycling is mostly true.
In regards to registrations, the big mfg's lobbied several years ago to restrict the grey imports and have made it very difficult to get the paperwork sorted.
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