.......sorry, I have no pictures of Dan dancing...yet!
My rear fender project is underway. I went down to Dan's shop yesterday to get started, and Dan made a very nice jig (he calls it a "fixture") to hold everything in place. He made that thing before lunch...impressive, to say the least. I have a new-found appreciation for metal fabricating and those that do this sort of work. It makes me want to start purchasing more "toys" and building a shop in the back yard, and then start learning.
Here are some pictures...more will follow as the project rolls along. I have to give credit to Rich (Iwantsnow) for helping Dan and I with providing many details to help us get started...well, to help Dan get started! Rich pointed me in the right direction to get the parts I needed to "copy" his design. I did get to tear up a titanium C model fender, though. When it's not the color of your bike, it's always fun! :P
Me slicing and dicing!
Just a picture of the fenders together...if I was doing it, it would end up like this!
Wow, I'm anxious to see how this turns out. I've been wanting to put a long tire hugging fender on my C, but noone around here to help and no tools or skills to work with so, I'll just be admiring yours.
'06 1300C with lots of chrome, Jug Huggers, Supreme Legends Forward controls, C.P. Massives...
Oh that's bloody brillant. Hmmm...buddy can weld...inner supports and C fenders are cheap on ebay.
I do not want to achieve immortality through my work, I want to achieve it through not dying.http://mcdarksiders.forumotion.com/
05 1300 N, HK 3, CP Punishers, custom paint, full fairing, Michelin HydraEdge 205/65/16, Tsukayu bags
Okay, hot off the press (the camera on my phone...crappy resolution)...this freakin' rocks!!! I'll tell you what...working with Dan is cool! No wonder it only took him a day and a half to get to where we are now! The guy knows his stuff!