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04-12-2010 06:21 PM
MortXX The accessories page on Honda's web site generally has the "bling" listed. You may have to try different years, though the parts are the same number.
04-12-2010 07:56 AM
DrReid
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Originally Posted by stayung View Post
Thanx for that info. I too have been eyeing the 3 strip thingy's on here and wondered who made them. May need the fender tips too as my rear has some small chips at the tip.
Not long ago I installed the Kury chrome fender louver inserts (front and rear fenders). Previously, I had stickers from someone who made them. They were OK, but up close they looked cheesy and I wanted something 3-D and the Kurys fit the bill, even though the bill was a bit $teep. They look terrific. If you go with these, dry fit them to check for fit: they come pre-bent to match the fender curve, but I found I needed to bend some of them ever so slightly to match the fender curve perfectly. After that, sticking them on was no problem.

$0.02,
04-10-2010 04:58 PM
haveme1 You can buy em from any Honda shop or after market bike site.
04-10-2010 04:06 PM
Mulla
The answer is..........

it is called "Bling". Sorry couldn't resist!
04-10-2010 03:56 PM
KeyWasted
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Originally Posted by Big Jon View Post
You can save yourself a lot of money and make the chrome inserts for the fenders yourself. I used chrome tape. Cut out a template, Use the template to cut out the strips, clean the fender well with rubbing alcohol and stick on. Been on for 5-6 years and still look great.


Chrome peel and stick trim works well and costs much less. BTW, the bike in the pic looks pretty goofy with the passenger backrest and no pass. seat.
04-10-2010 12:22 PM
Big Jon You can save yourself a lot of money and make the chrome inserts for the fenders yourself. I used chrome tape. Cut out a template, Use the template to cut out the strips, clean the fender well with rubbing alcohol and stick on. Been on for 5-6 years and still look great.
04-10-2010 01:18 AM
stayung Thanx for that info. I too have been eyeing the 3 strip thingy's on here and wondered who made them. May need the fender tips too as my rear has some small chips at the tip.
04-10-2010 12:27 AM
lv2cruz
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Originally Posted by argyle64 View Post
Who manufactures the chrome accents on the tips of the front and rear fender and the three little chrome slits on each fender on this bike?

[img]http://bigbikeriders.com/photopost/d...18090207-g.jpg[/img]
Not certain, but I would guess Kuryakin on the slits. Either Kuryakin or National Cycle on the fender tips.
04-10-2010 12:23 AM
dosxxs National Cycle for the fender tips. Kuryakan for the 3 little crome strips.
04-10-2010 12:13 AM
argyle64
Name That Part

Who manufactures the chrome accents on the tips of the front and rear fender and the three little chrome slits on each fender on this bike?

[img]http://bigbikeriders.com/photopost/d...18090207-g.jpg[/img]

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