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Old 09-05-2004, 01:26 PM
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kendall can you help me out?

kendal...got a question...wanna here it from a pro...im only running a 230 tire but am going with an ...11 1/4 inch wide .... full fat katz fender...from tranny area all the way around to the ground...im reinforcing it as well which will add more weight to it...the fender has full sides as well..the overall fender weighs about (maybe 30 lbs) because its 13 guage ...i want to mount it permanently to the frame (its a rigid).... because i think its best for strength i was thinking of cutting a 1/4 inch piece of steel plate in the shape of my entire seat area ...welding it to the frame and welding the rear fender to the plate.....my cross seat post is about 6 inches from where the rear fender actually ends up will the plate be strong enough do you think? or should i weld in another cross pipe to my seat area then go with the plate?
are ya gettin my drift?
if im talking stupid let me know...overkill is my moto...undoing shit calls for damage
i'd rather overbuild then end up on the road somewhere
anyway...kendal you the best.....i fab custom parts part time and look up to you
keep it up bro

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Old 09-06-2004, 08:53 PM
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