Rohan wrote:The Norton Factory manxes were rebuilt after every major race. So would have been many privateers bikes ?? (In the 1970s, Factory Trident racers had their cranks changed every 3 races.)
Are you saying that you KNOW that the factory didn't replace bits as needed, to get that reliability ??
P.S. Its been said that after all .And has been hinted that - may have been . Somewhere, it is mentioned that Ken Kavanagh commented that , so this may be a hint ?
beng wrote: Rohan, as usual you do a disservice to the history of Norton motorcycles and the Norton community in general with your hearsay , unfounded illogical conclusions and assumptions.....
beng wrote:Rohan wrote:You have obviously not been in the garages of racing folk
You have obviously changed the subject when you get in trouble, are you a politician?
Rohan wrote:P.S. This is what the underside of an ohv Norton single tank should look like.
http://i1113.photobucket.com/albums/k50 ... 6/tank.jpg
Inluding the tank serial number stamped on the right side middle there.
Year, and individual tank number ?
This one is 47 = 1947*, not sure if they were all the same or not...
(* at least thats what it is assumed it means).
Strange sunburst lighting effect in this pic....
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