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I recently came across a 1968 BSA 441 Victor. After upgrading the ignition and carburetor, it runs great. Now I’m looking to upgrade the rest of the bike. I’m currently looking for a front fender and mounting brackets. I found the top bracket a while back that helps stabilize the front end. Anyone know of a vendor for used BSA parts?

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Peter Quick at BSA Unit Singles has new, used and NOS parts. He is a site sponsor (at the bottom of the page) and very good knowledge about what works and what doesn't.

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There are two front ends for 68. the 8" single sided hub with the screw in axle fitted to the Victor Special and the 8" full width hub fitted to the Victor Roadster/Shooting Star with fork end caps and axle part of the assembled hub.. Mudguards and stays are different between the two front ends.

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BSA Unit Singles run by Peter Quick is a great source for both parts and advice. The best place to start a search for parts.

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I’ve worked with Peter a lot on my Victor. He is great to work with and fair prices.


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Another vote for Peter Q. Been super helpful and good parts access. Best packaging of all the supplier I use, super secure and never any damage or loss even though he sends my parts to Australia!

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