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Christok Custom Fibreglass is proud to introduce the next in hopefully a long line of Warrior products. Please meet the Short and Fatty, a rear fender that has been made for 260 tires. It is an OEM style fender that has been shortened by around 3.5 inches, has been widened a little less than 1 inch, and has a Z102 style tail spoiler incorporated into the fender. The fender has also been molded to fill the gap between the top of the fender and the stock solo seat to give a better fit when not using the passenger pad.
The fender comes with the stock mounting points identified but not drilled so you can lower or raise the fender a bit and can change the angle a bit as well. There are dimples for all stock seat mounting brackets (two piece seats) but the passenger seat dimples can be filled if you will be running only the solo seat or will be using a suction cup style rear passenger pad.
The fender comes complete with aluminium fender stay spacers and stainless steel mounting hardware for the stays and the fender. It uses the OEM stays. It comes with a wiring loom protector glassed into the fender as well as a taillight housing with access panel and can come with or without taillights/brake lights, flashers and necessary wiring and circuits. There are several options with respect to the lighting arrangements and can also be made with a flat panel rear with no light recess.
The price for the bare fender is $135.
With basic lighting, which includes a red central taillight/brake light configuration with yellow flashers, the price is $150
Optional lighting arrangements range from an additional $10 to $50 depending on the options chosen.
All lighting options include wiring from the tail light to the front of the fender with enough length to easily make your connections as well as wiring for your side mounted license plate light.
Shipping is not included in the prices.

As always this fender can be customized to the requirements of the owner.
A 280 version can be made upon request.
 

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thanks for the comments guys, The pictures uinfortunately do not do it justice. We will have to wait for the first owner that it was made for gets it mounted on his bike and posts soem pics. Well I wouild like to say off to work but it looks like a nice riding day here today and with the white stuff soon to arrive we in the great north have to ride when we can. Sorry again Dustin
 
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