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 Post subject: Hi boy and Low boy what is the difference
PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2013 6:28 am 
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Was wondering if anyone can explain the difference between the highboy and lowboy frames and the years they were produced. also some pic if anyone has some.


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 Post subject: Re: Hi boy and Low boy what is the difference
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Here is some information about it
http://www.pinkpossum.com/TR750replicas/index.htm

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 Post subject: Re: Hi boy and Low boy what is the difference
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Thanks for the link. this answered my question.


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 Post subject: Re: Hi boy and Low boy what is the difference
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The highboy frame was the first issue from 1972 up to 1974. In 1973 the frames were modified with slightly bigger tubing and strengthened front section. The first low boy frame appeared in March 1974 in Daytona still with upright schocks, same time the european teams got the old high boy frames with some new bodywork!! The lay-down shock low boy design came in early 1975 (was originally designed for the TR750 follower RF750 XR20), first in Holland, short time later to the US for the Daytona race.

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