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Where is the serial number on a Monark bicycle?

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2006-04-19 08:47:32
2006-04-19 08:47:32

IT is on the unerneath of the main Pedal gear assembly. Starts with a letter,then 6 numeric digits. there is a 4 digit numeric stamp as well! Ghosthost47@yahoo.com

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