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What would you call this metal track?

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by iScottybotty, 23 Sep 2020.

  1. iScottybotty

    iScottybotty

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    I need a longer length of the track in the picture, but I have no idea what’s it’s called in the trade nor what to search for.

    could anyone advise of it’s name, where I might be able to get some? It’s for a bike carrier, my MTB is XL and is a bit dodgy during travel.

    Thanks.
     

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    Fiamma do rails like that.
     
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  5. Brigadier

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    Another vote for Dexion.
    Gawd, I remember that stuff as a kid in the early eighties.....
     
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    Yeah, I do too.

    Dexion Midnight Runners.
     
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    Seriously though, it was around in the 50's...
     
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    I wasn't a kid in the fifties.....
     
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