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Offline Billybream

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Racks
« on: 15.06. 2021 03:14 »
Just came across this company manufacturing motor cycle racks and grab handles in s/steel
I have no connection and have not purchased there products.

https://www.classicbikeracks.co.uk/product/bsa-b31-b33-a7-a10/.
1960 Super Rocket, owned since 1966, back on the road 2012 after being laid up for 29yrs.

Online bikerjohndavies

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Re: Racks
« Reply #1 on: 21.06. 2021 10:20 »
I can recommend them, they made the rear grab rail for my Superflash project, copied from a bent and twisted original.
https://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php?topic=16222.msg138635#msg138635
1937 Panther M100 Rigid, 1946 Ariel Square 4, 1952 Norton Model 7, 1953 BSA A10SF (WIP), 1954 Ariel VH, 1961 Triumph T120R

Offline RogerSB

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Re: Racks
« Reply #2 on: 21.06. 2021 12:58 »
Here's one fitted to my A10. It's been on there for a few years, a good rack and no sign of any rust on the chrome to date.

I had a brilliant rack on my A10 in mid 60s. I was telescopic, the rear upright on the end slid in and out and various extended positions was fixed with split pins each side held by chains (can just be seen in enlargement at arrow). Never seen one since.

The house in the background of the photo of my A10 was a post war prefab where my girlfriend (now wife) lived with her parents.  These prefabricated houses were shipped from the USA as emergency housing after Plymouth and other towns and cities suffered heavy bomb damage during the blitz.

1960 Golden Flash