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Frame/Serial numbers

CubicCubic Posts: 594
edited October 2010 in Road beginners
Hi,

I need to get my bike's serial number to give to the insurance company. On the bottom bracket there are two alphanumeric codes at right angles to each other. One is 8 digits (xxxx0000) long and the other is 7 (x00000x).

Can anyone tell me what these numbers mean and which one I should give to the insurance company please?

Thanks.

N.b. the frame is an aluminium Cube.

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  • CiBCiB Posts: 6,098
    Why not just give them both numbers as the unique identifying number on the frame? It's a hypothetical question ultimately.
  • Don't forget that some bikes, such as Trek, have frame numbers stamped on the rear drop-outs. :wink:
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