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VIN is the vehicle identification number. The VIN is a string of 17 digits that makes it possible to identify and track the activities of a specific vehicle. The VIN never goes to 20 digits.

Q: When does vin go to 20 digits?

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That isn't enough digits to be a VIN. A VIN is 17 digits long.

Not a full vin, not enough to work with. A vin is 17 digits.

17 digits

The vin should be 17 digits the 10th of which is the year code. You are missing a few digits.

That is all the digits that was needed up until 1981 when the 17 digit VIN replaced the 13 digit.

Vin numbers have been a standard 17 digits starting in 1981. Prior to that there was no standard and could be any number of digits.

There aren't any VIN #'s back then.

The VIN is 17 digits long.

Not enough to work with, vin number is 17 digits.

Unless this is a pre 1981 bike, this is not a vin. A vin must be 17 digits. If it is an older bike, no way of checking the vin numbers on them.

The vin will be on the steering head tube by the forks. The vin should have 17 digits, enter the 17 digit vin here: http://www.motoverse.com/tools/vin/suzuki.asp

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