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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-30-2007, 07:44 PM Thread Starter
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Tube fender kits???

Well it happened today. Took the Scrambler down to the creek and put the front wheel up into the bottom corner of the fender!!! Now Im looking to go to tube fenders and was looking for options. I like the poison spyders but don't like the price. Blue Torch has a kit but I have to put them together and I like the price even if takes a little bit of welding.

Doe's anyone know of any others I can take a look at, and are not over $400 ????
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You can try here:Metal Fusion - CJ Tube Fenders

They also have builders kits: Metal Fusion - Tube Fender Builder's Kit

I can't vouch for the quality, but the price is not too bad.

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Just be carefull most kits require you to cut the inner pannel from your current fenders and attach it to the tube set up if you want an inner fender.

PS used to be that way, but I am unaware what they are doing now.

Ya only go around once, best to enjoy it the first trip.
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Not a lot to the kits you have to put together yourself !!!! I think I will take a shot at making my owne!!
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Ive been playing around in the shop with the Harbour Freight pipe bender and some scrap tubing. At first I was like, it looks allright and my son came out and was really impressed with what I have so far. I'll post some pics tomorrow so you can see my progress. My wife still doesn't want them for the Scrambler so I geuss I'll save them for the next project...
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