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Sale Price: $26.96 Regularly: $29.99
Gold Club Price: What's This? $26.96
J&P Part: 710-111
Manufacturer Part Number: 9013
Material: Die Cast Metal
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Delivered early. Perfect fit.
I was expecting the product to have a lip that slide onto the fender tip, but it's a thin piece of metal that you tape on with double back tape. somewhat disappointing, but I taped it on. Looks ok, I guess. could be better.
Purchased and installed front lead/rear and rear fender trail. Was concerned about some of the reviews about the front fender lead. (Who wants to see thier accents fly off!) First thing I recommend is visit 3M's site. Monkey simple prep/protips. And next the word "dual sided" tape is understatement. Think of it more of a pre-fromed expoxy from hell. I been doing everything trying to compromise the bonding. Cruising at 90mph to riding the clay/dirt logging trails to set up camp for the night. Remember it takes 24 hours to cure. I also used a few "C" clamps during this time to keep a even/mild compression on them. Side note: They do SET OFF your fenders. Old school style.
Didn't fit as well as the back front fender and the rear.....but still pretty good.
looks good and fits good
very nice part & price
looks good an simple to mount
Fit isn't as good as it should be. Needs better attachment methond.
Easy to install and looks great.
real snug have problem keeping it on it wants to pop off
Looks awsome, easy install & gives a custom look
Does not fit well the 2007 Harley fatboy. About 1/2 to 1 centimeter too small.
Looks great, however the 2 sided tape is a bit weak. Have been thru 2 of them due to falling off. They have both been applied according to instructions. The rear and rear front fender have no issues. The front one needs stronger tape due to the extra force of riding, or at least that is how it seems. I do like the look when they are one the bike.
The Kuryakyn fender tips look great and are easy to install. They really dress up my Fat Boy and look better than the stock ones.