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I am renovating a house and found this in the garage and love to know what it was..
Looks like a Brit Bike frame.

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It is a BSA unit single (B25, B40, B44?), from around 64 to 68. Look on the front downtube by the headstock, should be vehicle ID numbers there (or possibly on the front engine mount lug)... those will pin it down.

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Thanks Steve

I will try looking again. That area has a fair bit of paint on it

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At last managed to find something front of the engine lug

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Nope... look around the corner at the side of the lug. I can clearly see "25", so this is probably a B25...? Fill in the blanks and we'll all know...

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Triumph badged B25, hence no lugs for the centre stand. Likely a 68.

https://jrcengineering.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/TR25W-1968.pdf


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