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  1. qwkwrx
    08-05-2015 05:59 PM - permalink
    Hey wanted to reach out to you..just saw a cover you made for the right side to relocate the tach..can you make another?

    Thanks Aaron
  2. low rider
    07-27-2015 09:33 AM - permalink
    low rider
    hi all can any one tell me on my xv1700 can any thing brake on the suspension to make it lower than it should be I can easily lift the back end up with out any effort I think it has a lowering kit on but still not sure when I am riding the rear frame hits the ground I don't have a problem with the foot board scraping the ground but the back end just seems to be to easy to lift I have adjusted the shock both ways ...if I scratch my head anymore I will go totally bold can some one help please ..mike
  3. Everclear072
    03-18-2015 06:45 PM - permalink
    Did you finish the front fender yet. I'm looking for a full front fender like the low and mean reaper.
  4. timoken
    02-23-2015 05:43 AM - permalink
    Hi Christok,

    where can I get this new headlight fairing that you created? I have that older night-rod style fairing and fitted it to a custom headlight. Not happy with it yet since i wasn't able to stuff all the cables and connectors away.
    Now I got a stock headlight-bucket again and would like to give it a try.

  5. christok
    01-06-2015 11:28 AM - permalink
    yah i can do bobbed stock fenders or i have a eurok fender that will accommodate most seats but the eurok looks better with a fatter tire. I can even custom cut some stock fenders.

    contact me at with your forum name and subject or give me your email
  6. FriggetyFrak
    01-06-2015 09:39 AM - permalink
    Good morning,

    I'm looking to get a bobbed fender that will support 2-up riding on both the stock seat and a Corbin rumble seat (my wife hates the stock back seat). Do you have anything that will accommodate that? Even a bobbed stock fender with the LED set-up would work, but I'd be interested to see whatever options you might have available. I have a 2002 Warrior.

  7. thundermutt
    10-07-2014 09:45 AM - permalink
    Hello Christok...I am David...or "thundermutt" on the forum. I have done some pretty extensive mods to my bike...the most recent was a widened rear tire. I was thinking of shaving and shortening my rear fender...then came across your "280 oem" is pretty much exactly what I want. I have been in the finishing industry for 35 getting one raw, and doing the finish and paint myself would be the way to go...a few questions...mine is an "07 midnight....EVERYTHING on it is blacked out in some way....I am buying a new seat...tried to mod my stinger and I ain't happy with it...LOL...but it will be a "stinger" type what would be the cost , and, is it steel or fiberglass ??

    David Cross
  8. Ski_extreme
    10-06-2014 03:01 AM - permalink
    Do you send youre fenders internationally (to sweden?)
    And how much would a fender like this cost.
    (integrated led taillite)?
    And vill it fit the saddel that I have (corbin) se my gallery for pic.
  9. evasicek
    08-20-2014 03:24 PM - permalink
    Do you still make the "280 pro stock custom with LED's - Maurice"? If so what would it cost me and would it support a rider if I needed to?
  10. Dr_rumor
    07-26-2014 03:10 PM - permalink
    Can you give me a price quote for a chin fairing with paint? It's an 05 warrior dark cherry red with the black tribal flames.

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  • About christok
    I am retired and have been making custom fibreglass parts for bikes for the last 25 years or so
    Nova Scotia, Canada
    Motorcycles, guitars, hot rods (1941Willys)
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