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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-12-2016, 09:35 PM Thread Starter
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Hello Team:

Thinking about removing the front fender just for looks, I'm aware that riding on the rain with no front fender is going to be messy but I will like to give it a try and also install a fork brace.

Anyone making a fork brace specific for the Judge?

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I would imagine just a 6 mm stainless plate bent / rolled nicely with matching bolt holes would be enough ??

and would look cool too?

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I rode without front fender for a while after fitting the fat 18" front wheel....sure looked tough.
You'd be a real iron man to cop riding in the rain but.
And yeah the rigid fender acts as a fork brace for sure, I could feel the wishy-washy-ness without it.
I'm betting you replace it within a short while if you're an all weather rider.
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