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Can Someone ID this Fender?

My buddy gave me this fender after a customer left it at his shop, looking to ID it if possible.

Only pics are on the ebay auction.
Harley Davidson Turned Stainless Custom Fender | eBay

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I do have to say that is one great looking fender, the various tones look great, especially what seems to be a polished area.
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My buddy gave me this fender after a customer left it at his shop, looking to ID it if possible.

Only pics are on the ebay auction.
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It appears to be this after market front fender from V-Twin Manufacturing for a 16″ wheel on 41mm Wide Glide front forks.


V-Twin Manufacturing Fat Kid Steel Front Fenders | 711-528 | J&P Cycles



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It appears to be this after market front fender from V-Twin Manufacturing for a 16″ wheel on 41mm Wide Glide front forks.


V-Twin Manufacturing Fat Kid Steel Front Fenders | 711-528 | J&P Cycles
Awesome thanks, I knew my HD crew would know this.

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Awesome thanks, I knew my HD crew would know this.

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Just lucky on my part. I've recently been purchasing fenders for my Street 750 chopper project from J&P Cycles and so I was fairly certain I'd seen it before. It would have been a lot harder to ID if it was a stock Harley fender.



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Got to love being part of a massive HD forum, great turn around time on identifying parts
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Got to love being part of a massive HD forum, great turn around time on identifying parts
Identifying currently selling after market parts is relatively easy but figuring out what some historical parts are can be very difficult. There are those that know them but that has to be tribal knowledge because they can't be researched easily.




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