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Hey brethren, new to the forum but i've poached tons of info since buying my urban enduro last year. I have an urban enduro and switched to classic aluminum fenders. Some may ask why...i was torn between classic and enduro and had to have od green but love the look and function of the classic fenders as i ride a lot of dirt. Anyway the classic front fender brackets leave little to no clearance when it comes to tires. I am committed to going with tkc 80s and wondering if anybody has had succes with 4.00-18 tkc 80 with classic fenders? I know several have gone with 120/90r18 but i know that wont work with the fender and cant find overall diameter of the 4.00-18. May have to put stock front fender back on with brushed aluminum vinyl wrap. Thanks in advance!
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Got a classic with tk 80 on with small guard. .Fit easy on front but you will get covered in crap with small guard .I got a carbon fibre high front as was same and heaps less crap comes over front now .Bit short at back tho
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Trebor, appreciate the reply, I was wondering what size tkc 80 you were running up front that cleared the STOCK front fender and brackets? The 110/80r18 isnt available in the states, was thinking 4.00-18. The carbon high fender looks good and love seeing that thing covered in mud. Did you build that bash plate? Looks like huge improvement over the Duc belly pan!
 

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Think the 4.00 is a touch smaller than 110 ?so should fit .Yeh had to make the pan as Givi got trashed first day.Looks bit big but you've got to mount them off the frame so went big Paint it black won't notice.Great little bike in dirt tho do bottom rear Mshock but still 20kg lighter than a DSLED. Nice country there
 
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