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Last Comment Posted forbyfor's bike HCII 250 Soft
Punisher... Did you have any problem with the fit of the rear fender where it attaches to the frame? The reason I am asking is that my buddy forbyfor built an HCII 250 Soft Tail at the same time I was building my bike. One day he called me and then brought the rear fender over and I set it up on my mill and we took off about .250 from each inside of the fender where it attaches to the ridgid frame. Thee wasn't any way it was going to fit without removing metal. Just wondering if yours fit up ok, or if you had to do some grinding? Here is forbyfor's HC 250 ST:

He has a chain drive primary with the belt drive rear:

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