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I want to buy a new front fender, but it seems impossible to find a place where I can get it? Somebody knows where to buy one?
 

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I don't think you will see anything for a while. To many other things to come up with and make. At least through an aftermarket company. Might have to get one custom if you want it soon. Just my 2 cents.
 

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I think low and mean might have one. But u can also go on crusier customizing and just measure out what u need and select a fender on there, most are metal so they are good quality


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Low & Mean sells this one. Some like it, some do not. I like it. Gotten lots of positive comments as well.

 

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I would have thought that is almost 7 years he would have found one.....:eek:
 

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Ha Ha, did not notice the OP date. Yeah, he is probably not even a member here any more. He only had three posts total, to boot. I thinks someone re-opened this thread as a joke.
 

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Haha u gotta love the inner tube protectors on the pic


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Haha u gotta love the inner tube protectors on the pic

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Those were never meant to be permanent. Low & Mean were going to manufacture some custom fork protectors to go with the fender. However they have yet to do so, and do not answer my pms on this site when I inquire about them. The fender needs something, as it does not have the fender protrusion in front of the inner tubes the stock fender has. I do not want them dinged up causing fork leaks. They used to be on my CBX, which I never had to put fork seals on on the 16 years I owned the bike.

I've actually got a set of metal fork protectors that mount to the fender holes. Just have not had the time to monkey with them. A member on this site made them, but did not like them for his application. So he sent them to me, for free non-the-less. I need to polish them up and see if they fit with the fender shown.

If you notice on this picture, I have them installed now so that they do not overlap the outer forks, look better that way. I just put a tie-wrap around the lower end so it does not slip down onto the lower fork assembly.
 

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Ha Ha, did not notice the OP date. Yeah, he is probably not even a member here any more. He only had three posts total, to boot. I thinks someone re-opened this thread as a joke.
Just think, even Rynosback was a newbie back then. But he probably had 200-300 posts already. :D
 

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Thats good that ur protecting them my friend made custom metal ones too and they bolt on to where the fender bolts on on the forks, basically piece of metal welded to brackets which goes to the fork mounts and that piece of metal protecting them is slighty rounded/bent to the same roundness of the forks. If u dnt kno wat type of metal ur covera are then maybe put primer and paint and a few extra layers of clear to protect from stone chips otherwise if polished they might start to oxidise and rust.
Or polish them then put clear over that to weatherproof it.
Or just chrome.


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FENDER AND FORK GUARDS

This is the Low and Mean fender. I used the fork guards that are made of foam and velcro. They simply wrap around the fork and protect it from rocks. They are not expesnive at all.




 
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