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FENDER TIPS

CAST FRON FENDER TIP SET (2 PIECES) FOR VN 2000

PART NO: TU552748

$154.95

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ABOUT THIS ITEM

This hallmark product of National Cycle, (our original legendary patented design from the 40s) has been painstakingly refined for todays cruisers.
By casting the product, the shape and high crown details that distinguish our tips stand out.
These tips have a jewel quality chrome finish with a show bike polish.
It will be hard to find an accessory that will add so much to your bike at such a reasonable cost.
Cast Products - This time-honored method of pouring hot metal into a mold enables us to create complex and dimensional designs.
Stainless steel screw mount. All fasteners and template provided.

PART APPLICATION

This item may be used with the following bikes:

  • KAWASAKI:
    • » VN2000

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS (1)

On June 11, 2007 Larry Douglas wrote:
I purchase the set for the front fender and the back fender. I would give the finish and quality of workmanship a 5; but a 1 to 2 on fit. The front tip for the front fender fit about 95%. The rear for the front is impossible align. If centered there is a 1/2" gap on each side. I have not been able to get it installed yet. I will try some padded clamps and a press to tweek the width. The rear fender was almost impossible, the gap was 1/8 to 1/4" and did not pull up 100% against the fender, so there is a gap the width of a nickle all the way around the top edge and the inside edge is flush. The screws were too short to engage the nylon on the self-locking nuts. No washer was supplied; this translate to scratch under paint, to rust, and to impropper bearing (Eng - bearing)pressure so a punch out may result over time. I did install washers from the local hardware. I also purchase screws, they were of course a little to long. The goldie locks story, but a grinder fixed that. I attribute the screws problem to the rolled edge fender, being thick. With a lot of work they (2 out of three 3) are installed and look great.