Puch Manual

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olpuchguy
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Re: Puch Manual

Post by olpuchguy » Fri Feb 02, 2018 6:40 pm

Don - look for the metal plate on the front fork of your bike. It's black/silver, held on by two small rivets. Copy down the model number that's on it. That'll tell you what the bike is - then do a search on eBay or contact Motorwest in Milwaukee. Manuals are fairly easy to come by.
1969 SR125 sold
1964 150A
1958 175 Standard
1960 125 Hardtail
1980 Puch Magnum II
1966 Montgomery Wards/Benelli 450ss
1960 Sears Allstate 123.94401 (Yardman Motorette)
1957 Sears 811.30 scooter
handsomeman
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Re: Puch Manual

Post by handsomeman » Tue Feb 06, 2018 2:52 pm

Manuals for some Sears Allstate motorcycle models can also be found here: http://searsallstateriders.com/store/
1966 Sears Puch Sabre
1962 Puch 175 SVS
1954 Allstate Puch Standard
1950 Puch 250 TF
1948 Puch 125T
1941 Puch 125
Dr. Frankenstein
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Re: Puch Manual

Post by Dr. Frankenstein » Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:28 am

Manuals are also available for free on line, too - I just googled Puch 250 manual and the pdf for mine ('67-'69 square-tank late version ) popped right up; and I have a pdf of the Early model, too, I just don't remember where I downloaded it from.

Comparing them, they're pretty much the same manual - it looks like Puch just switched out the tanks to try something different.
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