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post #1 of 11 Old 04-01-2010, 09:50 PM Thread Starter
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Front Fender Flare - Newer Pics In Daylight

I got home late tonight, and I took these pics in the dark. Also, didn't have a chance to clean it up, so a little dirty. I will try to take better pics if people are interested.

EDIT: OK - I took some pics in the light, and sprayed off the 700xx a bit. Here are the new ones.
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Looks pretty good. Do they work well?

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Few more

I am sure that it would have looked better with black plastic fasteners, but they didn't carry them at ACE hardware I am attaching a few more pics.
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Looks pretty good. Do they work well?
The thing I hated most was riding through wet grass, and having the front tires throw water right into my face. I have only ridden once with them, but I think they will do what I want them to do. I look forward to testing them out some more.
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Is that cove base???
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Is that cove base???
I guess I should have added that! Yes, it is the flexible plasticish/rubberish baseboard stuff. I drilled through the fenders and mounted them with stainless steel bolts, washers, and nylon lock nuts. I put them on the bottom side of the fender. Seems like it should be worth the little amount of money that I spent!
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good eye Ceballos...You a flooring man? LMAO

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Nice, looks pretty good, to bad they don't come out with a kit for this.
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Lol... nah, carpenter, but we work with everything and it looked really familiar...
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nice try but i would suspect that is too flimsy , i am a ceramic tile contractor just cant see that working, plus if you dont want nothing flinging up on you it should be wider ,put some utility quad fenders on there that is about the only way you can solve that problem


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