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post #1 of 6 Old 09-24-2016, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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I'm new here but I didn't see a collection of DIY threads. Does something like this exist? I'm doing the fender delete and new muffler today and would like to reference photos etc...


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Keep your front fender, unless you have a brace to replace it.

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Keep your front fender, unless you have a brace to replace it.

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It is the rear fender. It basically just takes all the plastic stuff and lights out and replaces it with a plate bracket and LED for brake and turn signal.
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Did you get the Chappell customs fender eliminator kit? Based on your description it sounds like what I have. I purchased the Chappell customs one and am super pleased with the results. There's a video on here somewhere about how to install the new rage fender eliminator and I've also found the same video on YouTube. It's a great help as far as the wiring and what to expect taking it apart. I watched that video and then went to town on mine. I decided to use butt connectors as well as posi-seal connectors as opposed to soldering the wires together. Here is the end result...
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Yes it is Chris's product. He emailed me some wiring direction. I'll hunt for some more videos today. I'm going to hit home depot for some connectors and heat shrink.


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I got a bunch of Chris' parts on my bike, but I prefer NRC'S fender eliminator. Their led setup wraps around the rear and the turn signals have a greater range of visibility.Attachment 20017

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