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Half yam / half godden majesty monoshock

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Hi all  , I have a yam frame bike ..it looks like it had majesty treatment.. had its rear shock mounts gusseted and lowerd ect. Shock mounts cut off but visable. Front half  of frame is altered  and looks like a godden...toolbox is gone..and tubes have been fitted. It has been mono shocked  and I think that has been altered  from the first attempt...I have been on here under the name shocker. Any ideas  to its origin  ...? Cheers all

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It looks like the front half of a 250/320 Godden main frame has been attached to the rear half of a TY250 main frame and some even weirder stuff has been done with that single shock and the rear subframe

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It's all yam but altered...I think the mono bit was  a different  set up first ..then altered  to how it was...I  am no so concerned  about that development side at the moment,  unless that proves important... however I would like to confirm   its history..I have only come across one other frame like this in 10 years of research.. i only found them last week ..they only surfaced a year ago 

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Is there a linkage or is the shock mounted directly to the frame and swingarm?

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The only bike I have found like this is in the pressreader article  sam brownlee. There is a picture  called  The first godden frame!. Have a look and see what you all think

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