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January 16th 2019
09:34:36 PM
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Göran Svensson

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Hello!\"
I am renovaiting a Big 4 120X82
What was the balance factor for a Big 4 when it left the factory?

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May 30th 2017
07:29:57 AM
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Dave Barry

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Dear Rob, do you know what the 4 in Big4 stands for please?

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May 24th 2017
09:30:58 PM
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COLIN GIBSON

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have a 16h from londonderry currently restoring it

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November 4th 2016
03:19:51 PM
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Kevin

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Love the photo !!! And the older British Bikes !!!

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May 1st 2015
05:31:48 PM
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Steve

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Very good site, I have lots of interest in the Norton as my farther road one as a dispatch rider thro ww2

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January 23rd 2015
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Mal Hanson

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Great site, i was looking for some info on a old smiths cronometric, and have identified it now for the Norton 16H, good to be able to find this info, thanks Mal.

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November 8th 2014
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Gary Bullock

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The drew photo shown as part of the page on USAAF 42-3486 indicated the man in the front row center is William Keane. However, this person is actually M. Sgt. Euian C. Mills, one of the 3 survivors. Plane in the background is another B-17, \"Lucifer Jr.\", which Mills often spoke of. Bombs painted on the nose suggest this airplane had made 15 missions.

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August 14th 2014
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Martin Hammonds

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Hello,i\'m looking for info on a w/d 16h,Frame No w 10834 Engine No w 83455,really want to know were she served.The bike was restored in the 90\'s & owned by a William Henry Crofts for some years,will be grateful of any help.
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September 10th 2013
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colin timberlake

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Hi I am just finishing the rebuild on my 1939 16h about to fit a sidecar but having problems working out the rear lower fixing (by the rear wheel) I wonder if anyone can supply me with a photo of the fitting attached to the frame cheers Colin Timberlake

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March 28th 2013
08:53:26 PM
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laurie packer

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have found boxes of 16h parts inc engine. nside crankcase marked W73144 then 79x100. below is B139 ms. below that is 645 3787. on the front of the nside crankcase is stamped C5056. any info greatly appreciated

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