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    Default Duck bill rear fender

    I can't find a how to on making a duck bill on my rear fender. Can anyone help me out?! It's a trailer fender if that matters.

    Thanks

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    Put it on something hard and beat the shit out of it with hammer til you get desired lip. Easy as hell

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    Something like this??????
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    no duckbill, but a great rear fender build:

    How to make a Rear Fender with Cry Baby Cycles

    http://www.chopcult.com/news/article...by-cycles.html

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    There are fenders available that can be repurposed, like the Drag Specialties Fatboy front fender... The hard part is done, but there is still mucho work involved. I've got a lot of hours I this one, cutting/welding/grinding/forming, but I got the end result I was after... Reinforced strutless bobbed fender. It's solid, I could set two fat women on the back fender (if they would fit) and it would hold them no problem:

    Before any work:
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockman96 View Post
    There are fenders available that can be repurposed, like the Drag Specialties Fatboy front fender... The hard part is done, but there is still mucho work involved. I've got a lot of hours I this one, cutting/welding/grinding/forming, but I got the end result I was after... Reinforced strutless bobbed fender. It's solid, I could set two fat women on the back fender (if they would fit) and it would hold them no problem:

    Before any work:
    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	104362

    After:
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ID:	104363
    Your hard work has paid off. By the way, would you mind telling me which tires are on your motorcycle? I'm looking at the options on 4WheelOnline for a new set of tires and I hope this one is available.
    Last edited by mcknzAlex; 1 Week Ago at 6:40 PM.

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