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Rick Bennett Posted - 01/20/2019 : 7:06:33 PM
Does anyone own an early 73 that has aluminum fenders? What forks are on this bike, small or 35? Is it a high breather? I have some extra frames and I am trying to figure on what to save and what to take to York.
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Cal Alexander Posted - 01/20/2019 : 10:00:13 PM
The 1973 125's all had the 32mm Ceriani forks. The early ones had aluminum fenders and standard CMF frames through about February 1973. If memory serves me correctly the transition to plastic fenders and high breather frames came around the March build dates of 1973. I had at one point five 72 and 73 Six Days and not one of them was the same. A real tribute to the Penton family and their passion for driving innovation.

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