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Old 03-10-2013, 10:50 PM   #973
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I'll get a picture of the under-seat area of the 350. It will probably be filled with mud, grass and birds' nests, however.

During the ride with Cliff, he explained the difference between the number 10 and the number 12. I thought that BWSwamper's aluminum rim was another 10" conversion. That is probably the first 12" rear wheel on a BW in the world! We are witnessing history and my public school education was impeding my ability to comprehend it.

Fortunately, Cliff spends a lot of time watching Sesame Street these days and was sharp enough to point out the numerical difference for me.

We will be waiting with baited breath for the update.


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