The critical length is from the top to the center-line of the bolt hole, and yours indicate they will fit a '66 and '67 Victor 441. That dimension for a 441 is 5-7/8 inches. If it was for an A10 or A65 it would measure 7 inches.
How do I know? I learned the hard way. I made an expensive mistake a few months ago.
I've got a 66 that needs them. Thanks for them. They look nice. I'm trying to collect all that I can see wrong with before I start on it. I really gotta say a big thank you to KC! He shipped them to me before I had even sent him a check. This the second time someone on this forum has been so kind and trusting. Thanks KC!
ITS PAINFUL !!!!! Slow going, not really worth the effort as far as $$ goes, HUGE waste of time, but helps my conscience a bit. I fear that at some point I will have to wake up, stop wasting my valuable time on earth with the futile effort, and just toss whatever is still there. That will be all the heavy, large, or fragile stuff that Costs too much to ship. Not a fun process, as I assume you know! A recent experience has really given me a new awareness. I’d held on to a car I planned to restore someday....... for 43 years!! Collected a huge pile of NOS parts, dragged it along to at least 5 house moves, kept the dream alive all the time doing my kid’s cars, other bike projects, getting distracted, and painfully storing it and fretting over its deteriorating condition. I’d done enough cars to know it would take me more than 5 years. All that time past by, along with the realistic “Window of Opporunity”, meaning my physical ability to do the stuff I’d alway accomplished and expected before. Knowing I’d never be happy with poor results, I sold the car. I expected to feel terrible, like losing a dream, or even a part of my identity!! I was GREAT!! The sense of relief was completely unexpected, like a weight off my shoulders!! The good thing in this event, was it went to “the right Guy”, and he’s doing it justice, sends me photos and all. I know that isn’t going to happen with parts, but the sense of relief will.
Down to 1 BSA, 2 Triumphs, 1 '56 Chevy 1 '65 XLCH on the way to Japan!