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Old 05-20-2007, 06:59 PM
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Need Adivce on Front Fenders

I'm building a '34 3 window coupe, and need some help in locating motorcycle type fenders for the front wheels. In the late 50's we used motorcycle fenders, but the wheels I'm using now are 10" wide in the front..Any sources ? Thanks really ned the help on this one.

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Try looking at some trailer fenders. You might have to weld two together to get them wide enough though.
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the trailer fenders would work unless you have a more curvy design in mind. if that's the case you would want to find a wide rear tire chopper fender. the 280mm and 300mm rear bike tires are getting more popular so you should be able to find fenders wide enough. i would just google for wide tire chopper fenders or pro street chopper fenders you should get a couple hits.
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http://www.jpcycles.com/productgroup...&brand=fatkatz

try that.

Cruise around the J&P website some. I'm sure there are more.


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Thanks for the quick replys !

Wow, really appreciate the quick replys...I'm using those resources now to locate the fenders..

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