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WTB 2-rear battery trays for a 1963 Sears Spaceliner

Discussion in 'WANTED' started by PUDDLZ, May 7, 2012.

  1. PUDDLZ

    PUDDLZ

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    Wanted 2-rear battery trays for a 1963 Sears Spaceliner & tail lens ( 1 )
     
  2. Brentley

    Brentley

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    I haven't seen one before but often times you can find something generic at Radio Shack, they have all kinds of battery holders, maybe you could make something work.
     
  3. BrentP

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    Spaceliners were only built between 1964 and 1968. Did you mean a 1963 Flightliner (last year of the Flightliner prior to intro of the Spaceliner) or maybe a 64/65 Spaceliner?

    EDIT: Never mind. I just noticed your user name and have seen photos of your bikes on an 'other' forum. You've got the 64/65 version Spaceliner, as you're no doubt aware of since making your post above. In the short term, the easiest thing is to temporarily build a replacement with a small LED light (that's what I did with mine). If you need lenses, I can recommend someone who manufactures perfect replacements.
     
  4. pick

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    I'm with the 2 Brents above. :lol: (My name is Brent also) Go with the radio shack generic ones until you find what you are looking for!
     

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