Interesting theft-recovery idea.


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Interesting theft-recovery idea.

Post by jeffcosmo » Sat Jul 07, 2018 10:21 pm



I just stripped my parts bike, and found an interesting tidbit:
The PO, possibly the original owner, has stamped his initials, and "GL11" onto the brake pedal arm. Unless Honda stamps "GBB GL11" onto brake parts, that is.

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Re: Interesting theft-recovery idea.

Post by Fiberthree » Fri Jul 13, 2018 12:14 pm

Maybe it was a replacement part manufactured in England. Great Britian Bike GL11 ...
Is yours a right hand drive? ;)
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Re: Interesting theft-recovery idea.

Post by DaveO430 » Fri Jul 13, 2018 6:41 pm

I would think stamping something into the frame would be a better idea, not a removable part. I haven't examined a brake pedal that close, they may all have that.

I went and looked at a stray bake pedal, I guess the PO initials were CED GL11.

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