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    Default Luggage Racks

    First luggage rack is from Atlas Cycle Accessories. Pics 1-3. The second one I can't remember the name stamped on it. Pics 4-5. It may have been National Cycle? I had it replated several years ago and the polisher buffed off the company name. That was MY fault for not giving them specific instructions. I have not seen a rack like it. Most of them have the bars held on by acorn nuts. But this one looks to be pressed together.CIMG1407.JPGCIMG1408.JPGCIMG1409.JPGCIMG1413.JPGCIMG1414.JPG
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    Thanks for saving your observations, Craig!

    Period Aftermarket info is priceless after decades of judging purge.

    One of them interfered with the rivets on milwaukee fenders...

    (Or maybe it was just a Tedd's?)

    ...Cotten
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    Better pictures of Atlas Luggage Rack.CIMG1430.jpgCIMG1429.jpgimage0-001.jpgimage0.jpg
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    Better pictures of mystery luggage rack. Well maybe.CIMG1431.jpgCIMG1432.JPG
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    that's cool Craig I have not seen these before

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairynob24 View Post
    that's cool Craig I have not seen these before
    hairynob24; I always bought the oddball items at swap meets.
    Craig

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    Quote Originally Posted by 41craig View Post
    Better pictures of mystery luggage rack. Well maybe.CIMG1431.jpgCIMG1432.JPG
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    I may have identified this luggage rack. Ebay seller "abcgang" has one like it for sale. Item # 383200028093. It is stamped Nation-Bilt. I would supply a link, but I have no idea how to do it.
    Craig

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    A link isvery simple Craig, easier than signing in to this site... at the top of the page is the page adress (HTTP....etc). Just highlight it and copy and paste into your post.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-Na...MAAOSwOEJdnJaT

    and the 4 rail rack he shows is likely for a smaller bike.

    This one is a Comisky

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    Robbie; I've never got the copy and paste figured out. But, I'll try it again. Great eyeball on the number of rails. Is your luggage rack stamped with Comisky? Also, great display cases and contents !!
    Craig

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    Is your luggage rack stamped with Comisky?
    Yes, I have a couple, one with steel end plates and one with aluminum.
    Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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