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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?

 

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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.
 

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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.
 

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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.
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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.:joke:
 

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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.

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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.
 
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