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grahamwalker
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February 26, 2018 - 5:17 pm
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can anyone id this bottom fork yoke  97-3742 came with bantam heavy forks part number cast in the top of bottom fork yoke

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Numbers cast. Into a part are base  to start from  after  facing off  and  drilling     ..get the part number we see in the parts book

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B175 part number is very close to your casting number.Bushman Supreme and Sport h/w bottom yoke part no:-97-2582.

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i thought maybe a late d14, cause the tread looks very like bsf but there again I do not know what the later thread looks like, my problem is the end thread has had the wrong nut put on by a PO, the thread looks like to thread on a d7/14 light weight fork yoke

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Here`s the D14 you refer to......

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If you can post a pic on here,then someone will know.I have heavyweight and lightweight yokes.

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According to these people it is the lower yoke of a B175.

97-3742 is the casting number which will be worked to produced the finished article which will have a part number in the book. e.g. if the first batch had a cycle thread and the second batch bsf threads they would be assigned different part numbers.

The B175 stanchion is a unique size, so if you have one and it fits it is correct.

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