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Old 07-28-08, 08:09 AM
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Newbie question : finding frame number

Hi all,

A stupid question here ... I am about to start using my Trek 7200 FX for commuting ... and realising it might get stolen thought I'd record the frame number. But ... what is the frame number. There are four things on the bottom of "the bit where the pedals are attached" (you can tell how mechanical I am) but which of them is the frame number?

I was going to type in the four strings here, but I don't know if perhaps that is a bad idea.

Help please?

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"the bit where the pedals are attached", that is called the "Bottom Bracket".

The serial number should look something like this maybe: SC15DU895
Thats one example of someones number on their Trek 7200.

If you are still unsure, just write them ALL down lol.
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