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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 06:03 PM Thread Starter
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Low an Mean Front fender?

Ok this has been out for a few months. Who has one an what kind of quality is it? An post some pics.
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I was one of the lucky first few to get one. I think it's of good quality and has worked well, especially considering it is very close to the tire. This image is from June, shortly after I had the fender painted.
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Mine fit up w/o any problems. No problem with the paint blistering or cracking. I like the look and like the fact that the regulator cover and rad stay relatively clean when I get back from a ride.
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I was one of the lucky first few to get one. I think it's of good quality and has worked well, especially considering it is very close to the tire. This image is from June, shortly after I had the fender painted.
What size front tire are you running? An it look good on the bike.
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Thanks. I am running a 90/90-21 Avon Roadrider on the front. Handles much better, especially compared to the original Dunslops, which I think are positively dangerous.

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