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Al Navecky Jr
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#849318 05/19/2021 10:58 AM
by Al Navecky Jr
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Are the frame and engine numbers the same on a 1957 Cub. It is a swingarm frame. The number on the one I looking to buy are:
Frame T2625
Engine T20 26858

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#849346 May 19th a 03:25 PM
by rightshifter
They are always the same no matter what year. T2625 is a 1954 and T26858 is a 1957. Most title states go be the frame number.
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#849485 May 20th a 08:36 PM
by AngloBike
I'm not sure that a plunger frame is bolted?
Without going to my garage, I am pretty sure it's welded/ brazed?

A plunger frame is worth a lot more than a swing arm one
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#849516 May 21st a 01:13 AM
by quinten

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#849824 May 24th a 08:47 AM
by TinkererToo
Result! It will make a lovely little 'bike
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