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Old 11-16-2012, 12:44 AM
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Default Front Fenders - Let's see 'em

I am in need of a new front fender. What do you have and would you recommend it?

I have a 21" wheel with the stock fender and some how got a stress fracture/crack in the back portion of it.

So, I need to put a new one on this winter and am trying to figure out which way to go.
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Old 11-16-2012, 04:06 PM
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I'm having a hard time choosing a fender for my 23 inch rim!! Can't make up my mind from a wrap front or classic stretch?! I like both of them and might just end up getting both! haha
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Old 11-16-2012, 08:58 PM
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21" Fatkatz 16ga cold rolled steel,





Fatkatz for 16/17" wheels, same thick steel,





Stock HD with smoothed, no rivets

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Old 11-16-2012, 09:15 PM
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If you want a "full" front fender as opposed to a wrap, Fat Katz just released a 26" full steel fender and will soon release a 23" and 21".
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BadDad streched FL........


Klock Werks 21" full wrap........


If you have a vivid black bike and want to go the wrap fender route, the Klock Werks fender is for sale
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If you want a "full" front fender as opposed to a wrap, Fat Katz just released a 26" full steel fender and will soon release a 23" and 21".


Here is the sneak peek pic of the new Fatkatz 26" fender,

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Check out all the different profiles available from Klockwerks. Unless they've upgraded their site, look at them on the J&P website as they show all the various models clearly. The bonus with Brian Klock's fenders is that you just lightly scuff and spray. No grinding or other body work needed. My painter loved shooting mine.
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Check out all the different profiles available from Klockwerks. Unless they've upgraded their site, look at them on the J&P website as they show all the various models clearly. The bonus with Brian Klock's fenders is that you just lightly scuff and spray. No grinding or other body work needed. My painter loved shooting mine.
The last Klockworks front fender I did was painted, cleared and set aside to cure only two hours after the UPS truck dropped it off
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And came out looking pretty damn good too.......
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goneblack,
love the GREEN pinstripes!! did you just paint over the stock stripes??
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