Re: New moped owner
May 08, 2001 12:53 PDT
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As Donald states, Puch is my favorite as well, having been around them a long time. I wouldn't have any other. Seeing that you have a Magnum, you wont have to worry about the seat problem, Magnum's are usually pretty comfortable (having the long seat). Stop by www.puch.net if you need any info, they have all kinds online if needed.
--- Donald Ruggles <email@example.com>
DONALD H. RUGGLES 205 N. HIGH St. JACKSON,OH 45640
Hi,Matthew! Well,you asked so here goes.I really like
what I've heard about the PUCH bikes,BUT I WILL NOT
BUY A BIKE WITH A LESS THAN ADEQUATE SEAT.(I take long
jaunts on my MOTOMARINA SEBRING and others).If this
bike has that small bicycle looking seat,and you want
to be able to travel on a nice long trip,you'd better
think twice about the seat.EVERY bike I own has a big
comfortable seat..I own seven mopeds.Now maybe there's
a way to install a better seat on the PUCHs' with
little expense.But make sure to buy what you want
without depending on unsure modifications.BYE!
--- Matthew Cordes <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| ||Hello all,
I'm 1 week from purchasing a Puch Magnum II and I
was curious if any of
you had any words of advice for someone buying a new
I'm also looking for information on maintenance
information. Is it
possible to purchase manuals for the care of moped.
If at all possible
I'd prefer a free (webpage,pdf,ps,etc) manual.
Are there any tips to get the most life out of my of
used bike? Any parts
that break/wear-out easily that I should buy
replacement parts for?
Also anyone with Puch Magnum experience I'd
especially like to hear your
stories involving the quality of this bike.
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