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Hello together,
I noticed that the rear tire put a lot of dirt and dust on the shock.
I don't Like it:(.
So i was looking 4 a Fender or so.
At PYRAMID PLASTICS in UK i found what i'm looking 4.
Order Front and rear Extension.
53 £+ 15€ customs (brexit thank you :( ).
Nevertheless it came.
Good Fitting, good instruction. (y).
With some sticks you can glue it on, but i put Silikon and rivits to secure that thing. The Silikon alsow seals it to pervent it from water run between the Fender and the Extension.
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The rivits i used.
 

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I have the same front fender extender, no bike to fit it on yet but I have the extender.
Did you have any issues riveting to the painted surface. I was considering the same but a covering of hammerite smooth on the bare metal from drilling.
 

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The original Fender, also the Extension is Plastik.
 

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I feel with The rivits more safe, because only glue and Silikon is in my opinion too weak.
But it is my Feeling. Regarding the instruction the Stripes will be enough.
 

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Have these on order as well, agree with using rivets or other fasteners to secure the two fender pieces. Great idea to use the silicon, way too wet in my part of the world to let water work between the fender and the extender. . .

Ride safe,

Paul
 
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