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As some of you may remember, a couple years ago a friend of mine gave me a set of leather saddlebags from his grandfathers BSA .I've been told by a couple of reputable BSA gurus that these things are genuine BSA accessories and I saw them listed on daniel Boss' Super Rocket site in a copy of an old BSA sales brochure . I went to great lengths fitting these to my A-10 and I really like them . OK, enough back story, last weekend I was at a swapmeet and came across another set of these exact bags( I know, I know ... I am trying to get rid of parts ,not gather more , but .....) ,the only difference is the set I just got have mounting brackets attached to them and they look like factory fitments but they dont seem to line up with my A-10??They might be early unit twin???Does anyone have a set of these mounted and maybe a pic?

As always , any help is apreciated -BONZO

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Bonzo, my '67 Spares manual shows saddle bags (ok, panniers), along with the tube steel pannier racks. If you'd like I'll scan the page(s).

Mark Z

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Mark , thanks for the offer but I have the Kim CD , this should cover it . I didn't even think about these being in the parts book .

Thanks again-BONZO

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