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Offline JohnnyO

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Re: Suzuki RH75 "RH 250"
« Reply #15 on: September 29, 2011, 06:52:43 PM »
Kevin that is definately the bike i saw for sale about 2 years ago.
On a side note those bikes in the background were at the Farleigh Castle race last year and we spoke to the owner.. small world!
These were the guys with the twin front brakes and trick ow type yz and stuff? Trick 510 Husky?The father was a bit of a genius. Is that them?
Yeah that's them.. remember how trick their bike was and they had a hand made alloy replica OW tank for sale.

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Re: Suzuki RH75 "RH 250"
« Reply #16 on: September 29, 2011, 11:24:32 PM »
Kevin that is definately the bike i saw for sale about 2 years ago.
On a side note those bikes in the background were at the Farleigh Castle race last year and we spoke to the owner.. small world!
These were the guys with the twin front brakes and trick ow type yz and stuff? Trick 510 Husky?The father was a bit of a genius. Is that them?

Brad,
        I thought the twin brake hub was really different, they claim it comes very close to disc brake performance.
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Re: Suzuki RH75 "RH 250"
« Reply #17 on: June 07, 2021, 06:49:08 PM »
A bit of necro humping, grave robbing, whatever, on this ten year old post.

Can someone tell me what the expansion chamber finish was on Australian delivered 1974? RH250s?

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