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Why would it have a G stamped on forks front axel rear axel and lots of other parts

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Not a 100% but I think the 'G' is a reference to a part number in the parts books.
This guy is building a Z1 and tries to explain what the G means halfway down the page, maybe you can understand what he's on about.
https://www.z-power.co.uk/merchantmanager/view_information.php?pId=83

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