It seems that this is the same model as T.A. bag. A difference does not
only have the brand name "T.A.". Did La Fuma manufacture the bags of T.A.?
Kenji Fusejima Tokyo Japan
At 10:47 PM -0400 01.8.31, OROBOYZ@aol.com wrote:
>In a message dated 8/31/01 9:35:01 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
>As a side note, I can't believe that price! Wow! John barron scores again big
>Re: the attachment.. Yes, Mark is correct when he says the straps go around
>the handlebar and the elastic loop catches around the rearmost portion of the
>stem. That was how the bag was designed to be used....
>But in the 1970s, the rack described by Keith Kessel,
><< a wire rack that goes over the stem and butts up against the handlebars>>
>came out to improve that bag mounting. I am pretty sure it was made by Park
>of tool fame. It pushed the bag forward (so "safety levers" could be used!)
>and suspended it. It was a heavy rack though and had no shock cords or
>steadying method to keep it from bouncing around. We used a bungee around the
>head tube below the lower headset race to help with that.....
>Greensboro, North Carolina