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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-20-2015, 11:33 AM Thread Starter
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Default Stretched rear fender

Does anyone know where I can get a stretched rear fender with the stock light like this one
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Yes there is a company, it was posted in a tread about 6 months ago, search for it mate ? I cant remember what tread it was, sorry

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Yes there is a company, it was posted in a tread about 6 months ago, search for it mate ? I cant remember what tread it was, sorry
I've been trying to find it I'll keep looking thanks
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try HMD they do stretched fenders....do a search for fenders for CC as there are at least 3 other companies also
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try HMD they do stretched fenders....do a search for fenders for CC as there are at least 3 other companies also
I got intouch with hmd he's building one for me thank you.
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I personally prefer the Rock star. it puts the plate at the bottom and by flipping the tail light it flows much better. i'm sure you could trim the sides to fit stock bags.

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this is the scorpion with stock bags. I think the rockstar stretches back too far .it won't line up with bags.
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