Those wrenchmokees indicators look great! Did you need a blanking plate or anything to cover up the standard mounting hole?
Those are exactly the ones I was thinking about but they are quite pricey, considering they are only plastic. About 2x as much as the Wrenchmonkees ones.
I like those arrow tip shaped indicators, where do I find them?
I think they came from sportbikeshop.co.uk just fairly generic cheap-ish indicators. I'm having some for the front from these guys though (Wrenchmonkees - Webshop) and may even change the ones on the rear, as they don't sit perfectly straight, due to being rubber mounted.I like those arrow tip shaped indicators, where do I find them?
yeah MartinSK can you add more pictures of the rear please?Looks great!
Are you making more of these?
Also, did you trim a classic rear fender, or it is something completely different?
I too would like to see more pictures of the fenders. Better yet, the entire bikeFenders are made by a friend who has a well equipped garage and does custom builds. (mostly Harleys tho) Luckily, he had tool for the front fender and only had to make mounting brackets. But the widest he had for the rear was 2" too narrow, so he actualy made rear fender and the flyscreen on the bench (several hours playing with hammer, he said). Mounting brackets on the front shield are from Dart flyscreen I had from last year.
Rizoma makes fenders like that but I paid him for all his work + some minor mechanical changes, while he was at it: 220€ and that is exactly the cost of ONE fender from Rizoma..