May 14, 2014
I have one that I fitted to my D5. In the end I didn't like it so removed it, I think it was originally from a Honda. I had it all powdercoated before I fitted it. You would have to have a look at it to make sure it fit though. Pics here
Current bikes......1958 D5, a 75 Honda CD175, a 79 Honda NC50 Express (wife's), a 67 Raleigh Runabout and a 80 Puch Maxi being MOT'd, and a 77 Suzuki GT250 waiting for a full rebuild. I have a 74 Kawasaki KH400 in the queue, along with a 78 Honda CB125S and a 1980 Honda CB400N. I have also a road legal and running well 1982 Kawasaki Z250.
February 21, 2012
Ive got a Honda Cub carrier which is actually a perfect fit - I've just offered it up to my B175 as quickly pictured. Would bolt to the rear shock top mounts and you woul need to drill a couple of holes in the rear mudguard for the supports.
1970 B175, '49 D1, '66 Spitfire MkII, '57 Venom, '76 Cb750K6, some of which are actually complete & working...
October 24, 2015
HI one just started on ebay £10.
February 21, 2012
Just to be clear everyone - that's what a genuine BSA rack looks like. Everything else is either adapted from something else, universal or a modern remake.
thats not completely true
the rack you have shown is for a Bushman the rack BSA sold for the roadsters is below, but it was not as good and more expensive then the Craven which most people fitted, as did I in 1972
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