The first tab shown is for your lower mount of your motorcycle rear fender, though it can be used universally to mount anything you like. It is 1/4 inch thick mild steel and has a 90 degree bend and a 5/16 inch diameter hole in it. This will work well with most any custom rear motorcycle fender and saves a lot of time and hassle in the garage.
The Second tab shown was designed as an upper mount for your motorcycle rear fender, though it can also be used universally to mount anything you like. It is 1/4 inch thick mild steel and has a 90 degree bend and a 5/16 inch diameter hole in it. This will work well with most any flat or trailer fender custom rear motorcycle fender and saves a lot of time and hassle in the garage.
The Third weld-on tab shown is for a motorcycle rear fender mount for curved fenders that can also be used for an upper or lower fender mount on a variety of other fenders. The bends in the bracket allow the included 5/16"-18 threaded bungs to sit flat against the fender. Another benefit of this universal fender mount is that it works with both smooth (Lowbrow Customs Manta Ray Fenders and Gasbox Spun Steel 16 Inch Fenders being two examples) and ribbed fenders (Lowbrow Customs Stingray Fenders are a perfect fit) alike. This motorcycle rear fender mounting kit includes: - Weld-on, 1/4 inch thick mild steel mounting bracket - Two 5/16"-18 x 1/2" threaded mild steel bungs - Two 5/16"-18 x 3/4" stainless steel hex head bolts
Cut the bracket to length, weld to one of your swingarm or hardtail frame crossmembers and position your fender. You can then tack weld the bungs in position on your fender, unbolt them and finish weld the bungs in place. Check out the DIY Fender Strut Kit and DIY Sissy Bar Kits to finish mounting your fender. These tabs are all made in the USA.
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