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hi guys.. i own a gold lease in outback Western Australia and today came across tthese old forks... look familiar to anyone. as a biker would love if they can find a home just no idea what they are off..tia
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Well I for one don't have a clue.
 

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Wow. Those are old school stuff. I am second guessing if those are forks or a swing arm. Looks too long for a swing arm though. I don't see anywhere to attach handlebars. I hope some of the old school guys chime in here and tells us what it is.
 

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A google image search using "antique motorcycle" turns up quite a few bikes with leaf-spring front suspension with forks that look a lot like this.

Sort of 1915 era stuff, basically beefy bicycles with small engines. Cool find!
 

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You might be up against it without some identifying info. Around the early 1900's there were at least half a dozen home grown Australian motorcycle manufacturers, as well as dozens of international manufacturers.
 

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