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    BMW MOA co-founder bmwdean's Avatar
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    New Earles fork page

    Let me know if you find errors or can suggest additions.

    http://jeffdean2.home.att.net/earles-fork.htm

    Jeff Dean - Tucson, Arizona - BMW MOA Co-founder (1972)
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    Thumbs up Great Job Jeff

    Jeff ....... You put a ton of work into this page...the info, pics and organization are all well thought out. Tks. LARRY


    Larry Robison
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    This is cool. Any doubts about where the BMW Telelever came from? It was the British Saxon-Motodd design:

    Jeff Dean - Tucson, Arizona - BMW MOA Co-founder (1972)
    http://bmwdean.com/r1200rt.htm -- Friend of the Marque
    MSF Chief Instructor (1994) - Over 500,000 BMW miles (805,000 km)
    2007 R1200RT, 2014 R1200RT, R25/3, R51/3, R67/3, R68, R60/2 (x3), R69S, & R100GS

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