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Jandd Low Front Rack

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The Jandd Low Front utilizes a uniquely simple design comprised of a single 3/8" 6061 aluminum rod that forms the entire main frame of the rack. Reverse inverted attachment armatures are double-welded at their bases for easy mounting to the lower fork eyelets. Slotted mounting tracks near the top of the rack allow for easy adaptation to almost any fork configuration. All stress points are double-welded.

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