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Hello all!

Does anybody recognize this aftermarket grabrail which I have on my 1969 Triumph Trident?
The top loop is missing. It is detachable and another forum member wrote me there was also
a detachable luggage rack available.
Does anybody has pictures or references about this rail?

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Thanks for any help!
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I believe it to be some "aftermarket" product.

As I remember, it was sold with a removable "sissy bar" attachment.

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Have one on my 73T140V. Have no idea who made it.


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Originally Posted by The Bonneville Shop
Have one on my 73T140V. Have no idea who made it.

Do you have a picture of it?

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Looks just like the one that came with my Daytona. I took it off and bought a stock grab bar. I believe the Daytona and Trident used the same size grab bar which is different than the Bonneville


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I have a similar grab rail on my 1979T140D. Mine is complete. Are you wanting to run it and looking for the top sissy bar?


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Hello Jon!
Naaaa, a bit too high.. It´s not a Norton Commando High Rider,,,

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Nice to have something to strap your tent and sleeping bag to. At least the bar looks to be easy to remove.


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