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Old January 5th 04, 09:30 PM
Steve Watkin
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Anybody know where I can get one of those thick wire supports for an old
handlebar bag? The sort that fit over the bars and the weight of the bag
and it's contents keep it in place.


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Old January 5th 04, 10:16 PM
Richard Bates
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On Mon, 5 Jan 2004 20:30:40 +0000 (UTC), in
, "Steve Watkin"
wrote:

Anybody know where I can get one of those thick wire supports for an old
handlebar bag? The sort that fit over the bars and the weight of the bag
and it's contents keep it in place.


From my garage if you don't mind paying postage. I think it is still
hanging up there somewhere. If being used with a horizontal stem it
will need bending back into shape (I previosuly used it with a stem
that was angled upwards).

Email me and I'll let you know if I still have it.
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Old January 5th 04, 10:28 PM
MSeries
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Steve Watkin wrote:
Anybody know where I can get one of those thick wire supports for an
old handlebar bag? The sort that fit over the bars and the weight of
the bag and it's contents keep it in place.


I have one you can have for the cost of the postage


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Old January 5th 04, 10:53 PM
Helen Deborah Vecht
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"MSeries" typed


Steve Watkin wrote:
Anybody know where I can get one of those thick wire supports for an
old handlebar bag? The sort that fit over the bars and the weight of
the bag and it's contents keep it in place.


I have one you can have for the cost of the postage


So do I!

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Old January 6th 04, 01:53 AM
Tony W
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"Steve Watkin" wrote in message
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Anybody know where I can get one of those thick wire supports for an old
handlebar bag? The sort that fit over the bars and the weight of the bag
and it's contents keep it in place.


A length of brake cable??


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Old January 6th 04, 10:00 AM
Steve Watkin
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Default handlebar bag support

Must be said "what a good load of good guys" I'd almost given up with
trying to find this and then three arrive all at once (bit like buses in the
old days!)
Thanks all. I will contact you directly.

SW


"Steve Watkin" wrote in message
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Anybody know where I can get one of those thick wire supports for an old
handlebar bag? The sort that fit over the bars and the weight of the bag
and it's contents keep it in place.




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Old January 6th 04, 12:35 PM
Simon Brooke
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"Steve Watkin" writes:

Anybody know where I can get one of those thick wire supports for an old
handlebar bag? The sort that fit over the bars and the weight of the bag
and it's contents keep it in place.


I have one which I no longer use[1]. Could send it to you for the cost of
postage. It's a 1980s Carradice one which the bag clips onto and which also
supports the bag underneath.

[1] I now use a new type Carradice bag with the klikfix bracket.

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Old January 7th 04, 09:47 PM
Steve Watkin
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Richard

How do I reach you

SW


"Richard Bates" wrote in
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On Mon, 5 Jan 2004 20:30:40 +0000 (UTC), in
, "Steve Watkin"
wrote:

Anybody know where I can get one of those thick wire supports for an old
handlebar bag? The sort that fit over the bars and the weight of the bag
and it's contents keep it in place.


From my garage if you don't mind paying postage. I think it is still
hanging up there somewhere. If being used with a horizontal stem it
will need bending back into shape (I previosuly used it with a stem
that was angled upwards).

Email me and I'll let you know if I still have it.
--
Due to a typing error on the Children's Hospital menu
Saturday evening now offers "Beef burger in a bum".
Email: Put only the word "richard" before the @ sign.



 




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