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Front fender extension

Can't seem to find a fender extender for my new (to me) Voyager. Seems to me there should be something to protect the radiator from all the mud and gravel spewed up by the front tire but I can't seem to find a part. What do you guys do about that?

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found this
https://amervoyassoc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10567

Depends on what year I guess.
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Can't seem to find a fender extender for my new (to me) Voyager. Seems to me there should be something to protect the radiator from all the mud and gravel spewed up by the front tire but I can't seem to find a part. What do you guys do about that?

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Don't ride in mud and gravel?
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found this
https://amervoyassoc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10567

Depends on what year I guess.
Not exactly what I need, cool site though, thanks for the input.
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Why not just make a mudflap and rivet it on
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Why not just make a mudflap and rivet it on
I have thought of that, just don't want it looking too ghetto just yet. I do like the idea of a manual switch for the fan though how easy was that to do? I was thinking auxiliary manual fan on the outside.. lol ayour way sounds much easier/better/less ghetto.

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[QUOTE=onlydad;2985626]I have thought of that, just don't want it looking too ghetto just yet. I do like the idea of a manual switch for the fan though how easy was that to do? I was thinking auxiliary manual fan on the outside.. lol ayour way sounds much easier/better/less ghetto.

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Glenn[/QUOMy buddy made his own mud flaps and installed them on his Spyder, he took his time and they look and work great. I have thought of doing it but I haven't had any issues with rocks causing any damage so I keep putting it off. The fan mod is fairly easy to do and there are instructions on here somewhere is you do a search. I will chech and get back to you

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Check this thread:

https://www.vulcanforums.com/forums/5...ring-info.html

Instead of using a wire tap device I actually soldered it
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Instead of using a wire tap device I actually soldered it
Thanks you very much, I really appreciate your help and direction I have a project. Would it be possible to snap a pic of your friends mudflaps at some point? Just looking for some direction my imagination goes amuck at times..

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