Mystery rear carrier i.d. needed

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lgrinnings

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Dec 31, 2010
666
Newburyport, MA
So my gut tells me this is Snyder, but a ton of searching on the interwebs has turned up no matches. Does anyone recognize this rack? It’s pretty flat with three ribs and abruptly downturned tabs where it connects to the seat post clamp. Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks!

-Lester

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Euphman06

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Aug 17, 2011
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Of course looks like the connection to the seat tube is a bit different than the one in that thread

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lgrinnings

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Dec 31, 2010
666
Newburyport, MA
That certainly looks identical with the exception of the mounting tabs. But the chain guard is an aftermarket guard, which makes me wonder if this is simply an aftermarket carrier. Or maybe CWC used them ever-so-briefly before the war. Great detective work @Euphman06.
 

30thtbird

Finally riding a big boys bike
Sep 18, 2007
234
Henderson,Kentucky.
A wild guess but possibly a McCaully. I say that because of the double holes on the end of the legs and how the mounting tab area is a seperate peice.
 
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