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post #1 of 8 Old Sep 6th, 2006, 8:16 pm Thread Starter
 
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I'm looking for a front fender (back) extender for my 2000. Anyone have a source? I want something sanitary, and of course black.
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post #2 of 8 Old Sep 6th, 2006, 8:29 pm
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I'm looking for a front fender (back) extender for my 2000. Anyone have a source? I want something sanitary, and of course black.
Harv - take a read (pun, pun) through this thread from sometime back. RonKMiller did this one, as you'll see. Looks pretty good. You might ping him for some more info.
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My shop carries them, and they're just a little hole in the wall. Have you asked your local dealer?
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I'm looking for a front fender (back) extender for my 2000. Anyone have a source? I want something sanitary, and of course black.
Try this site if you can't find any at your local shop:
http://www.dandyindustries.biz/fenda-extenda.htm

Like Joe says however, they are pretty common, so I would figure you could locate one in your area with a little effort. If not, use the Site.

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I had a Fenda-Extenda on the LT for several years. The double sided tape isn't strong enough to keep it in place, so I used two small, short screws. Even then, the rear fender would get a bit cockeyed so that one bolt would lightly rub one side of the tire tread. Eventually, the bolts pulled through and the extender fell of while at speed on the highway. I didn't bother turning around to pick it up.

I like the idea, but would have preferred a longer fender rather than a stick-on bit of plastic.

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I used 4 (black) aluminum rivets to help support mine. Very secure.
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Try this site if you can't find any at your local shop:
http://www.dandyindustries.biz/fenda-extenda.htm

Like Joe says however, they are pretty common, so I would figure you could locate one in your area with a little effort. If not, use the Site.

John
Thanks, I'll give them a try. I may have had their product on a K75 years ago, memory is NFG anymore.
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I used 4 (black) aluminum rivets to help support mine. Very secure.
If I decide to go back towards Mount Hood and retrieve mine, I'll give you a call about those rivets.

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