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I´ve got an unknown rear stand. The stand came with an Ariel project from the UK. It is a welded steel construction. Have anyone an idea witch manufacturer it was?
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Looks like a one off made by a fairly competent Blacksmith. Nev
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This is one of several parts made by Reg Saunders, the guy that had the large hoard of bikes, one of which you bought. He was a good carpenter but a less competent blacksmith. He made about 20 of these stands, each one came with a label giving its weight in pounds and ounces. They seem to fit and work OK but are a bit oversize.
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