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"Custom stainless Norton interstate rack a one of and parts and polished tail light faring for it for a man that wants his Norton to stand out in a crowd and not be the same as every one else" - ironjohns.

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hi i have been asked lots of ???? about this rack any one can contact me at www.ironjohns.com and i do make racks for just about evey bike that has ever been made ironjohn
 

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they polish up nice the dealers are getting them now they are being sold in Canada oz and nz not in the uk yet


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What are the smaller tail light fairings? What tail light parts do they require? I need a new tail light for my MKIII and don't want to use the huge stock boat anchor that came with the bike.

Will the shorter tail light fit a MKIII without much drilling? My fenders are recently painted.

I've been holding out for a cast tail light from Old Britts but I have a better chance of meeting Jesus at the bar than getting a tail light shell from them.
 
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Those are really cool. What will they retail for? What dealers will be carrying them?
 

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Coco said:
What are the smaller tail light fairings? What tail light parts do they require? I need a new tail light for my MKIII and don't want to use the huge stock boat anchor that came with the bike.

Will the shorter tail light fit a MKIII without much drilling? My fenders are recently painted.

I've been holding out for a cast tail light from Old Britts but I have a better chance of meeting Jesus at the bar than getting a tail light shell from them.

The early style rear lamp know as the "Beehive" fits 750's whereas the later bigger lamp the "Lunchbox" was for the 850's, maybe some of the very last 750's got it too. There is a fitment issue on putting Beehives onto 850 Mk2 and Mk3 rear guards. The guards are slightly diferent. When fitted to an 850 the Beehive slant down and look bad, and you do have to drill new bolt mounting holes. I have fitted a fibreglass Beehive on my Mk2 coz they look nicer, and I had to put rubber bushes under the 2 rear mount points to jack it up, break the spine near the upper mount to straighten the profile and reinforce with epoxy a metal strip underneath. Dunno if you can mod these beautiful ally products to get the profile correct?

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good day all i am sold out on the 1s't run of tail light fairings and i am going to do a new run in a few weeks thay are going as fast as i can get them made a lot of the dealers want them but i do not have the stock that thay want if any one need one let me know so i can put you in on the next run and i am onley doing 2 runs a year when thay are gone thay are gone i have dealer orders to fill and thay are brit cycle in canada brit cycle nz modocks oz moto parts inc canada thats just a few that are going to get them you can contact them or get them derect form me have a good day all ironjohn contact is www.ironjohns.com or ironjohnent@shaw.ca
 
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