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National Cycle Solo Rack and Fender Tips for Indian Scout

Indian Scout riders can now easily add some extended carry capacity and attractive bling to their Indian Scout. Solo Indian Scout and Scout Sixty riders get something special that National Cycle has never done before – a fender-mounted Solo Luggage Rack that looks like it’s fresh off of a 1942 Indian Sport Scout.

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Indian Scout riders can now easily add some extended carry capacity and attractive bling to their Indian Scout. Solo Indian Scout and Scout Sixty riders get something special that National Cycle has never done before – a fender-mounted Solo Luggage Rack that looks like it’s fresh off of a 1942 Indian Sport Scout.

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Simply remove the passenger pillion and use the supplied hardware to mount the rack to the stock passenger seat mount points. It’s a quick and simple job that pays back big style points – as well as added luggage carrying capacity.

The rear Fender-Mount Solo Rack is available in Brilliant Chrome (Part #P9500-001,$209.95) or Powdercoated Gloss Black (Part #P9500-002, $194.95).

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To further accessorize your Scott look no further than National Cycle’s Cast Fender Tips to create the perfect fender treatment. Unlike traditional fender tips,these are specially designed to complement the design of the OEM Scout fenders.

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The 2-piece Front Fender Tip Set (Part #N7048, $144.95) is made to mount to the front and to the back of the front fender. The Cast Rear Fender Tip (Part #N7049, $89.95) is made to mount to the back of the rear fender.

For more information: www.NationalCycle.com

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