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Wrap Front Fenders, Which One Do You, Have???

I am looking at replacing the stock front fender on my Orange 09 CVO (18” blade wheels) with a wrap fender. I have had a look at the usual sites but I would like to see what you guys have put on your beastie. Wheel and tires will stay the same.

If you can post a pic of your beastie and tell what fender you put on I can have a better idea for selecting a fender which I would possibly like the look of for my beastie.


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I am looking at replacing the stock front fender on my Orange 09 CVO (18” blade wheels) with a wrap fender. I have had a look at the usual sites but I would like to see what you guys have put on your beastie. Wheel and tires will stay the same.

If you can post a pic of your beastie and tell what fender you put on I can have a better idea for selecting a fender which I would possibly like the look of for my beastie.
Most wrap fenders look the same unless you modify them. What is more important is the gauge of the steel used. Hog pro has been the cheapest i have found them, one was a krome works and the last one was a RWD.

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I used Klock works wrapper great quality next to no body work
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I love the look of my RWD wrap if you look at thier site they
Have several different ones
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thanks Guys,
I checked out your recommendations. I am leaning towards the Klock werks hugger. I notice there are not too many wraps for standard wheel/tire set up, most are 21", 23"or bigger.


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This is a steel Yaffee fender I just did, very nice quality, unusual for him,



This is a "B-Cool" aluminum fender out of Canada, very expensive but light weight



Fatkatz 21", 13ga cold rolled steel strong enough to help as a fork brace,



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This is a steel Yaffee fender I just did, very nice quality, unusual for him,



This is a "B-Cool" aluminum fender out of Canada, very expensive but light weight



Fatkatz 21", 13ga cold rolled steel strong enough to help as a fork brace,

Thanks for the pics Mike, the Fatkaz look great.


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Selling my 18" Fat Baggers inc. Wrap fender. Heavy gauge steel. Send me a pm if interested. Moved up to a 21".

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