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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-20-2012, 11:08 AM Thread Starter
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Low profile rear fender?

I just purchased a 2007 boulevard C50 as my first bike. I don't like the look of the rear fender and how it is so big. Is there any custom fender out there that is low profile/shorter? I like the ones that goes up at the end a bit, with the tailight under it.

I did a few searches but no luck.
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That's when you start modifying the bike!!! Chop it up!!! or find a fender you like and "make it fit"!! hahaha You'd be surprised how much better the bike looks by lowering it. You can find lowering kits for $25 to $30... You can also look at Bluecollarbobbers.com they have bobber kits and parts...
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Hmm, yeah. I might have to go that route. Thanks!
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Get a M50 rear fender. It is a direct bolt on and exactly what you are looking for.
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I agree. get an M50 rear fender. too easy

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I have a m50 fender ill sell you cheap. Pm me if your interested.

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Jerry, was wondering when you would chime in.

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Sweet! Thats the fender I like also. Thanks for the info!!
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Jerry, was wondering when you would chime in.
Ive been away for a whlie wasting my time and money on other hobbies.

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