That should be easy to find out. If the fender is off the bike, take it to a body shop large enough to have its own paint blending machine and get a quote. Tell them to be kind cuz its coming out of your pocket.Yup they had it Ric... I just wonder how much it would cost to have a body shop fix them fender with paint and all vs just buying a new fender already painted.
It should be a 2 part urethane base followed by clear but what they may do with spray cans is make it a one part base. Then one could use a spray can clear over it or let a painter lay in 2-3 coats of clear.The paint is a 2-part ... base (color) coat followed by clear coat.
I did my chrome headlight bezel with the spray bomb from Victory and you'd be hard pressed to see any difference between it and the rest of the fairing.
Those are decent prices.The link below is who I go through for most of my paint these days. It used to be House of Kolor was king of the hill but there are other options and better prices available these days. Although I haven't tried their brand of spray can clear because I do most my spraying through a gun; I'd buy it for a friend if he wanted to do it himself.
Clears - Automotive Finishes - Paints & Coatings
A year ago, I had my fork guards (originally black, from KewlMetal) painted by Goody (Midwest Custom Creations). The sunset red was a perfect match, very pleased:
Not sure what a take off fender is... I assume they are fenders they removed from other bikes? The problem is they can't guaranteed they are not damaged... I sent them an emailDo you have a big wheel? Or is the regular fender? Rusty Jones Customs takeoff OEM fenders $50.00
Take off front fender ? Rusty Jones Customs
Better yet drop ship it to Midwest Customs......maker of the fork mounted lowers sold by Witchdoctor get him to paint your color.