Hooped lo-rider fixing kit

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fatboy
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Hooped lo-rider fixing kit

Postby fatboy » 18 Aug 2014, 11:48am

In my stash of stuff I've got a copy of a Blackburn hooped front lo-rider rack. It didn't come with any clamps etc. I now can't used the Custom lo-riders that I have as I've changed my forks and don't have the right braze-ons. So I want to get fixings for the rack but can't fine Blackburn but have found these

http://www.tredz.co.uk/.M-Part-Summit-L ... _45258.htm which look the same but I'm not sure. What do others think?
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yostumpy
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Re: Hooped lo-rider fixing kit

Postby yostumpy » 20 Aug 2014, 6:17pm

that looks about right, similar to the ones on mine.anyway. The ruberised u bolt goes behind the fork leg and the 2 nuts poke thro the rack. (on mine anyway)

fatboy
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Re: Hooped lo-rider fixing kit

Postby fatboy » 21 Aug 2014, 3:12pm

yostumpy wrote:that looks about right, similar to the ones on mine.anyway. The ruberised u bolt goes behind the fork leg and the 2 nuts poke thro the rack. (on mine anyway)


Thanks for that. Ordered it so we'll see!
"Marriage is a wonderful invention; but then again so is the bicycle puncture repair kit." - Billy Connolly