October 03, 2011, 10:01:29 amI had to do some bending and tweaking on the mounts to get them to fit inside the fender and put indentations in the fender to clear the forks and gaiters. All in all, not too bad. Yeah, I bobbed the front of the rear fender back to where the original front mounting holes are and cut a notch to clear the big bolt that sticks through down at the front of the fender. Just getting it lined up was the hardest part. I'm getting a harmonic buzz in the rear fender at about 60. I think the finder is hitting the front blot that I cut the notch for and amplifying the vibration from there. Anyway I have to look at that and maybe add some rubber washers to the mounting screws
October 02, 2011, 10:39:31 amLooks awesome. Love the tires/fenders. Looks like you chopped the rear fender at the front end... Unless you had a stripe painted. Did the dime city fender mount easy? I've bought a few things from them. Great shop.
October 01, 2011, 04:26:52 pmThe front fender is from Dime City Cycles. The rear fender is a bobbed Enfield fender. It got chopped to the original front mounting holes. The headlight is a 7" Tribar from NFieldGear, the taillight is the Classic British from NFieldGear. The turn signals are from Cycle Gear, The rear turn signal mounts are from British Customs. The handlebars are from Chaparral. The mirrors are Napoleans. The muffler is the EFI from NFieldGear. It has a K&N filter and a Deko AGM battery. And even an NGK Spark plug. The breather tubes have been modified. The rest of it is stock. Bare