Due to vendor restrictions this product does not qualify for this offer.
Applicable Tire Size: 100mm, 110mm
Applicable Wheel Size: 18″, 19″, 21″
Frame Type: Narrow Glide
Product Color: Gray
Sold in Units: Each
Stock Replacement or Custom: Stock Replacement
Strutless Fender: No
Style: Narrow Glide®
Width: 5″ wide
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The fender was nice but the rivets were miserable to work with so i drilled out the holes on the mounting bracket and put in carriage bolts from the hardware store.
Made in Taiwan, and the quality reflected it. Rivets looked like they could be used in building skyscrapers, and the fender struts we cheap, soft bar stock that I removed and replaced with high-quality, hardened, american steel.
Extremly Satisfied with the workmanship of the fender. I definitly will be making future purchases with you guy's in the near future.
Came with some weird rivets for the bracket to get mounted to the fender... for the life of me I can't figure out how to install them... tried punches, presses, and clamps.
Hve a 74 Iron Head and well works great ...needed a bit of finishing done to the fender but once done and painted looks great!
Some of the metal work was a little rough, but then I don't have a show bike.
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