Diamondback Serial Number Lookup

Vintage Diamondback Bmx Bike. Diamondback Serial Number Guide. Serial number is U00534969 Thanks. David Clinton is featured in this advertisement for Diamond Back. It doesnt really give any features or sizing. However the rider is clearly pictured on a bike with seat stay tube decals. Colt Diamondback serial numbers. Was given a little resource from someone and figured I would share. I know a few folks on here have Diamondbacks, and this could benefit them.

Re: Diamondback Serial Numbers??? If it starts with an F or any other letter, it was made in Taiwan. All of the Koizumi (Japan) made frames (Pro-Kit, Medium Pro, Mini Pro, Senior Pro, Turbo, Silver Streak, Formula One, and Turbo-Lite) all had the serial number on the inside of the left rear dropout and always started with a NUMBER which denoted the year it was made followed by a capital letter. Please visit our Diamondback Fitness Help Center to find the answer to your question. Need Help with Parts or Service? If you are contacting us regarding parts or service, we will need the following five pieces of information to serve you: Model of the unit (510Ic, 1280Ef, etc.) Serial number (Typically located at the lower back of the machine).

By Geremy Chubbuck ([email protected])
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Disclaimer: This list is correct to the best of my knowledge, however, I accept absolutely no responsibility for the accuracy of this information or for the consequences and/or damages occurring from any inaccuracies. I have compiled this list for the purposes of sharing information only. This is not intended to be used in any way except for personal entertainment. It is a compilation of both personal information and information submitted from others from the Internet. ALL SERIAL NUMBERS SHOULD BE VERIFIED FROM THE MANUFACTURER PRIOR TO ANY PURCHASE OR ASSEMBLY. It should be noted that it is a felony to possess a Post-Ban (newly assembled after Sept 13, 1994) assault weapon.

If any information presented here is found to be incorrect or you have additional information to contribute, please contact me via E-Mail ([email protected]) and I will update and re-issue the list.

Note: All items marked with a single asterisk (*) are taken from http://home1.gte.net/bblakley/ban/index.htm. The year/serial numbers under Colt SP series was forwarded to me by an individual whose return address I no longer have. Double asterisk (**) under Bushmaster, a person on the internet e-mailed me that he had a lower that was shipped stripped (thus not a complete rifle) in 1991 from Bushmaster with serial #0327XX - ALWAYS CALL TO VERIFY.

Advanced Armaments
No information - Apparently machined from bar stock aluminum, lowers are marked as M-15.

American Spirit Arms(Formerly 'Sun Valley Traders')
ALL lowers are Post-Ban. Began introduction of lowers and rifles in mid/late 1998. Noted as having good fit & finish. Also, reported to be manufactured by Lewis Machine & Tool.

Armalite/Eagle 800-336-0184
Slightly over S/N 30,000 was the Pre-Ban cut-off, call to verify.* (Some Eagle lowers below the 30,000 range were determined to be POST ban by BATF - call to verify) Armalite sells Eagle lowers, but sells factory complete rifles with Armalite lowers.

Made stainless steel lowers, rumored to have also made AR-15 pistols. Lower marked M16-SA. This is NOT verifiable info as it came from the Internet. Out of Business.

Bushmaster 800-998-SWAT
Below L051000 - Assembled Pre-Ban Rifles and some pre-94 lowers.**
L051001-L063000 - Mixed Pre-Ban Assembled Rifles and Pre-Sept 94 Lowers (Call to verify)
L063001 and Up - Post-Ban

Century Arms
Lower marked CIA. All are Post-Ban. Made with Olympic Arms Receivers under contract.

Colt 800-962-COLT
CC001616 and Below - Pre-Ban
CH019500 and Below - Pre-Ban
GC018500 and Below - Pre-Ban
LH011326 and Below - Pre-Ban
MH086020 and Below - Pre-Ban
NL004800 and Below - Pre-Ban
SL027246 and Below - Pre-Ban
SP360200 and Below - Pre-Ban
1963 SP00001-SP00023**
1964 SP00101
1965 SP02501
1966 SP05600
1967 SP08250
1968 SP10750
1969 SP14000-SP14653
1970 SP15001-SP15473
1971 SP16001
1972 SP19401
1973 SP24201
1974 SP32601
1975 SP43801
1976 SP55301
1977 SP67651
1978 SP83400
ST038100 and Below - Pre-Ban
TA10100 and Below - Pre-Ban
BD000134 and Below - Pre-Ban (AR-15A3 Tactical Carbine - very rare model)
MT00001 and Above - Post-Ban
BK000001and Above - Post Ban (CAR-A3)
CST000001 and Above - Post-Ban (Began Late 1997 Production)
CMH000001 and Above - Post Ban
CCH010000 and Above - Post Ban MT6700, MT6700C and MT6700CH series, 1998 production

Dalphon (360) 427-6867
All are POST ban. Cast 356-T6 Aluminum, hardcoat anodized per mil-spec A-8625

DPMS 800-578-3767
Below 10300 - Pre-Ban.
Some or all lowers are cast. Black in color. Some lowers are Stainless Steel.

Eagle Arms 309-944-6939
Now called ArmaLite. They will not give out a list, but will look up on an individual basis. Lower receiver serial numbers DO NOT begin with EA.

Essential Arms
All are Pre-Ban as they went out of business in 1993. (DPMS bought them prior to the Ban) Call DPMS Lower receiver serial numbers begin with EA. Some or all lowers are cast. Light gray coloring. It is rumored that Ruger investment casted the lowers for Essential Arms.

Frankford Arsenal
All are pre-ban. As rumor has it, Olympic Arms produced the lowers for Frankford Arsenal Call Olympic Arms and then Frankford assembled the weapon. A2 configuration lower. Frankford Arsenal went out of business in 1987. (Info from [email protected])

Hesse Arms
All AR-15's are post ban. Manufacturing began late 1997/early 1998.

J.L.M & Sons* (603) 425-1860
SC001 thru SC250 are Pre-Ban. All others are post ban.

Knights Armament Co.
All AR-15's are post ban, very few AR-10's are pre-ban. No further info at this time.

Military Manufacturing (M2) (FAX 702-263-7875)
All were military/law enforcement only. Full auto lowers were standard, semi were optional. Lowers were machined form raw bar stock with improvements incorporated - 18deg magazine angle and square mag release. (See: http://www.m2corp.com/HOME.htm)

See 'Sendra' below.

Olympic Arms 360-459-7940

  • 4-numbers only - very very old. Probably machined from bar stock.
  • 1-letter and 4# - older receiver, but forgings. (Some are newer, POST ban castings - call to verify.)
  • 2-letters & 4# - most receivers follow this pattern.
  • 2#, 2 letters, 4# - the first two #'s are year of manufacture of the lower.
  • 2 letters, 6# (separated 2 & 4 - e.g. SA 96 0000) - first 2 #'s are year of manufacture.
  • 'ICR' marked lowers are an European customer's overrun, has an unused additional hole - all ICR lowers are post ban.

    Olympic Arms Manufacturer's Notes:
    1. There were some odd variations and some custom serial numbers mixed in thru the years also. And, some receivers manufactured after the ban have the year stamp after the model name, not in the serial #. And if you don't see a year stamp on the receiver, it is not necessarily pre-ban.

    2. Serial numbers that end in 'D' were duplicates and one was changed using this letter.

    3. Recently some serial numbers have left with one or two letters followed by FIVE numbers. The last numbers are either 5's or 0's. 99.9% of these are post-ban.

    4. 'Older' does not always mean pre-ban as per Corey Sattler.

    5. 'BL' serial number series lowers are transitional with some pre and some post ban. If you have a 'BL' you'll have to call to verify for certain.

    Professional Ordinance
    All are post ban (including all of the pistols).

    PWA (360) 438-3983
    35222 and Below - Pre-Ban (Note:Some lowers are cast not forged. Out of business) Post-ban have a year prefix in the serial number. Rumored to have only sold lowers.

    Rocky Mountain Arms
    Producer of AR-15 type pistols.

    Post-ban receivers have a circle milled into the side of the magwell. They were originally bead-blasted to a non-glare finish. All others are pre-ban. (This is unverified info...) Also, they used to be NESARD. Rumored to have been owned by Dick Drasen (currently M&A Parts) and produced lowers only out of Barrington, Illinois. No complete guns were sold (again, unverified info).

    Other than routine maintenance, one of the best ways to ensure that your electric bike lasts you a long time is being up to date on your manufacturer’s various warranties. This can help immensely because if something happens to your bike that is completely out of your control, you’re covered. It’s not just the bike itself that can have a great warranty, but the motor and battery as well. Registering your bike with the manufacturer means that you’ll be set with all the warranties they offer. So how do you register your bike? Let’s walk you through serial Numbers, warranties, and getting the best out of your electric bike manufacturer.

    Registering your Electric Bike

    You should definitely register your ebike! These bikes are a huge investment that can last a long time if you treat them right and stay up to date on any recalls, common issues, and general news about your manufacturer. Registering with your serial number takes care of all of this. What do you need to register your electric bike? The serial number! Click on the links below to register your electric bike today!

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    Haibike Serial Numbers

    You can find the serial on your Haibike easily. Simply remove the battery from the downtube on your frame. You should find the serial number engraved into the frame. It should start with a capital “HA” or “HC.” If you can’t find the serial number there, give us a call and we can walk you through it!

    If you have a Currie-Electro Drive motor, you will likely find your serial number on the inside of a plastic plate on the motor itself. To locate it, start on the left side of your motor (the non-drive side). Carefully remove the two Phillips head screws on either end of the covering. Be sure not to mix these screws up as one is longer than the other. You can now pull back the plastic covering and find your serial number. You’ll find it in the same spot as in the picture below.

    Alternatively, on their newer models, IZIP has the serial number on the backside of the seatpost where the post meets the motor.

    Bulls has placed their serial numbers in one of two places. You can find the serial number on the bottom bracket or side of the seat tube of the frame. If you purchased your bike through us, make sure you know where it is before you leave the shop with it!

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    Raleigh Electric Bikes and Diamondback Electric Bikes Serial Numbers

    Look for the serial number to these manufacturers on the bottom bracket underneath the crank.

    EFlow has placed the serial numbers to their bikes underneath the bottom bracket near the crank. This is a common place for serial numbers if you are having trouble finding yours!

    Now that we know where our serial numbers are and followed the links to register them, we’ll give you a brief overview of what your manufacturer’s warranty will cover. It’s important to note that these warranties do not cover “wearing parts.” This refers to things like brake pads, chains, cassettes, and the like. You should also note that making changes to the bike that could compromise integrity can void the warranty. For the specific details on your warranty, you should consult your owner’s manual.

    Scope of Warranties

    Haibike: Two year warranty on the entirety of the electric bicycle. Five year warranty on the whole frame so long as the bicycle is retained by the original owner.

    IZIP: They cover the frame of the bike for as long as it is retained by the original owner. Currie-Electro Drive motors are covered for two years and the batteries are covered for a year.

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    Bulls: Bulls offers a two year warranty on the motor and battery, five year warranty on the frame, and one year warranty on other components.

    Raleigh: They offer a lifetime warranty on your frame so long as it is retained by the original owner. The Currie-Electro Drive motors are covered for two years and the batteries are covered for a year.

    EFlow: They cover the frame of the bike for as long as it is retained by the original owner. Currie-Electro Drive motors are covered for two years and the batteries are covered for a year.

    We’ll continue to update this page as warranties can change from year-to-year. Check back for more info! Happy riding!

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    Author: Scott Nickley

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    Scott Nickley is a writer, actor, cyclist, runner, and cafe loiterer living in Los Angeles. You can find his work on the Fly Rides website and find him in the flesh following all cycling laws in your nearest bike lane.