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SOLD Rad Fazz Cycle Holders

Discussion in 'General Classifieds' started by Chipster, Jun 17, 2016.

  1. Chipster

    Chipster Funster Life Member

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    image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg 2 Rad Fazz rails and standard quick release holder. These suit Hymer style rear garage and bolt into the lashing rails. The idea being you remove the front wheel and load the bike on the rail. This saves space in the garage and holds them steady. I managed to get 4 bikes in a 980mm trough. Rail length is 950mm and would go to a garage base width of just over a metre I would have thought. £70 plus delivery or collect from near Ashby De La Zouch.
     
  2. emjaiuk

    emjaiuk Funster

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    Any idea how much delivery would be? I am just about to make one so very interested.

    Malcolm
     
  3. Kniste

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    Hi,
    Interested in one or both, can I pay with Paypal?
     
  4. Kniste

    Kniste

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    Just anther question. what is the length of the rails?
     
  5. Chipster

    Chipster Funster Life Member

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    Sorry,my bad. They sold a wile back and I forgot to change the heading!!
     
  6. Landyguy

    Landyguy Funster Life Member

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    Have a look at Bikeinside - a German product for bikes in a garage - might be of interest to you.
    Just type it in google and see what you think.
     
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