Parcel Grid

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Parcel Grid

Nothing says vintage like a period correct parcel grid. These were a common accessory in the 1950's and 60's and originally would have attached to threaded bungs on the tank.

The beauty of this version is that you do not have to drill your tank to attach it. It attaches with ultra-strong “Spider Man” suction cups, and can be put on or taken off in seconds.

Excellent vintage look, especially when paired with a set of old-fashioned saddle seats and a Smiths Chronometric Speedometer.

Available in either chrome or black.

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    Parcel Grid

    Posted by heloego on 10th May 2017

    Suction cups are problematic in that they eventually damage the paint finish. Solved that problem by applying hook and loop fasteners to the suction cups, (hook side in the cups/loop side for the tank), then placing on the tank. Removal is simple, and no damage to the paint finish.

  • 3
    It's okay.....but

    Posted by TomJohnston on 14th Aug 2015

    applied to the tank of the bike when the bike was new from the dealer. After a short time the paint just below the surface was ruined.Took it off and made a solid mounted luggage rack on the rear fender.Works great. Be cautious about putting suction cups on a new bike>

  • 4
    Parcel grid

    Posted by Will on 26th Jun 2015

    I don't know how well the suction cups will hold, But it have "THE LOOK".. I have carried a small item( 2 lb ) without any problem. The workmanship is very good.

  • 4

    Posted by Mallory Lawrence on 21st Mar 2015

    Nicely made except for the suction cups. Works very well held in place under my tank bag.

  • 4
    Also nice!

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Feb 2015

    Metal portion is very well made. I don't trust suction cups in this application, so my tank bag supplements them nicely.