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    bsa rearsets b25 c25 tr25w b44

    Anybody no if rearsets fit these bikes above thanks!

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    LOL WUT?
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    lol I can't find rear sets to fit a bsa b25

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    OK......
    Deep breath...
    why not take some time and post something that is legible that includes basics....
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    Not really. BSA 250s are tiny bikes, why not use the passenger peg mounts?
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    Ya that's a good idea, but how would I make it?

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    Universal bolt through controls, threaded rod and spherical rod ends, for the brake side convert to cable brake.
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    That seems confusing

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    It's pretty simple, done without welding or any real fab skills. There are plenty of cable drum rear bikes for you to rob hardware from like the T500.
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    Ok sounds good thanks!

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