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Trying to figure out the serial numbers on two bicycles I just bought. They are Ross R68327506 and R68265801

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There are good articles at this site:http://sheldonbrown.com/gears.html I hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 26, 2009

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I was able to find the answer on a California University website. The model number was on the bottom of the bike near the pedals.

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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SOURCE: Trying to determine year of a specific Schwinn Panther bicycle.

1949 is the year of this serial number
Look at this website to verify my findings

http://www.re-cycle.com/history/Schwinn/SwnB_Serial.aspx

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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Does it have to be an original part? Most any parts on a bicycle are interchangable with other bikes.....good luck with it.

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

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can someone tell me where the serial number is on a Kona Lava Dome bike
Thanks in advance

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Schwinns often have a date code on or next to the head badge that you call a plate. That will tell you the month and year of manufacture. Google Schwinn date code" ( or serial number) for more info, but it is important only for curiosity to know model. For more info see my tip: How to determine the year value etc of your bicycle

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There is no single database of bike serial numbers. Just Google "Roadmaster serial number." Nobody can do any better than that for you. You can also check my tip for info on determining value:
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Your only option is to enter the serial numbers one at a time. Some bikes have a serial number and a separate date code, but there's no way to know which was used by the person reporting the theft. You can also try Bikepedia.com, which goes by brand and model as well.

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I would note that model year is usually only important when a buyer wants to know that info. Even then mechanical condition and appearance is far more important than age.

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Serial numbers are not very helpful for ID'ing year. Please refer to link below for info on determining bike info if the bike still has original paint and decals: How to determine the year value etc of your bicycle

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I have a bicycle frame and can't figure out what it is.. The serial number is M80856608


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Hi trying to re grease the pedal sprocket bearings on my Ross Rock Machine mountain bike. I got off the pedal arm on the right side but can't figure out how the left side comes off. The pedal arm looks...


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Does it have to be an original part? Most any parts on a bicycle are interchangable with other bikes.....good luck with it.

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Trying to determine year of a specific Schwinn Panther bicycle.


1949 is the year of this serial number
Look at this website to verify my findings

http://www.re-cycle.com/history/Schwinn/SwnB_Serial.aspx

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