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what happened June 1967 at bridgestone
« on: July 17, 2020, 08:17:23 PM »
In June 1967 it took 4886 frames to build 1083 bikes on the 175 if the numbers are right in Post on frame#s.  Parts guide also designates before and after 16R  What happened in June 1967? I also noticed the serial# 16R32349 used Frame #TA1-30524. Oldsbsguys bike 23L00733 used Frame# TA1-31558 which is early 200build Sept 1968. The frame posted TA1-25615 had a ser# 16R31243 Why more bikes than frames? Could all 200 owners check the engine#s and see when they changed from TA1 to TA2?
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