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    High mount fender options?

    I've seen a few TW's with the front fender high mounted like the enduros from the 70's. It's a sweet look. Anybody know of a kit available to do this? Or how it was done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by olderthendirt View Post
    I've seen a few TW's with the front fender high mounted like the enduros from the 70's. It's a sweet look. Anybody know of a kit available to do this? Or how it was done?
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    I've always raised mine using longer bolts and 1" plastic spacers to keep the mud from packing between the tire & fender. Also just looks better with the extra space.

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    I got my high fender kit from the ProCycle site LT mentions. Simple install.
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    I did not use a kit. I just zip tied/wired mine to the bottom triple tree. Been that way for years. Break the zip on a fall simply replace the zip tie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    I did not use a kit. I just zip tied/wired mine to the bottom triple tree. Been that way for years. Break the zip on a fall simply replace the zip tie.
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    Going to the Procycle website is like making the plunge to try crack...once. You will never get off that site by ordering one thing or you will be back for something else. I am not a fan of the high fender. I understand the purpose it serves, but it also leaves the engine that much less protected. (Here it comes-this position is like a study on race based intelligence)). I am a fan of plastic spacers and longer bolts, as I can control the lift, but the fender kit is overkill unless you are really into the extreme stuff on a non-extreme bike. I have the procycle kit. The box is unopened. I will open the box before shipping to make sure I am not sending you something else that is sitting on my shelf unopened. Find out the cost on the website-offer me 50% and pay $15.00 shipping and you can have it. I have gotten great deals from guys on this site and want to pass it forward. I got riding pants for next to nothing with tags on them. I got my Coleman pad for the cost of shipping. Before I owned a bike I had PlacerLoad on the phone with me and got the kickstarter (which forced me to by the rest of the bike). No PM or anything like that. I am not Captain Kirk. I do not BFF or LOL or side smiley. E mail me at [email protected] or call me at 906 748 5666. Thanks MBW
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    Just curious...

    I've see some installations forego the bottom fender mount. It appears to me to serve double-duty as a fork brace. As such, it would provide some rigidity to the front end, and I'd hesitate removing it for that reason.

    Am I wrong?
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    Nope, leave it there. It does help.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie B View Post
    Just curious...

    I've see some installations forego the bottom fender mount. It appears to me to serve double-duty as a fork brace. As such, it would provide some rigidity to the front end, and I'd hesitate removing it for that reason.

    Am I wrong?
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    Shouldn't have looked at that site
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