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    Senior Member Old Okie's Avatar
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    How did you do the front fender??? I am working on a CB400T
    and that fender would work for the CB.
    1979 CX500C (Marshall's bike)

    1981 Yamaha XS650 (New Adventure)

    1979 Honda CB400T II (Rescued Bike)

    1972 Suzuki RV90(for the grandkids)Ole Smokey

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    @Okie
    That's the stock fender cut down to about 15 inches from front to back. Here's a photo from the top.
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    OK, I can do that. Your front tire is exactly like mine.
    I have some spare fenders if I screw it up.
    1979 CX500C (Marshall's bike)

    1981 Yamaha XS650 (New Adventure)

    1979 Honda CB400T II (Rescued Bike)

    1972 Suzuki RV90(for the grandkids)Ole Smokey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyt View Post
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    Yes that is the rad overflow. The stock one was cracked to hell. The air box is still there. Just hidden behind the saddlebags because I didn't have side covers.

    @Jabreeze
    Those are from Dime City Cycles. I'm sure they're much louder than stock but since mine were completely rusted through I can't say from experience. They aren't too loud to me though.

    http://www.dimecitycycles.com/chrome...y-muffler.html

    There's the link hopefully. They have a lot more to choose from too.
    Hey I'm thinkin I like the looks of the plain angled extensions. One guy left a review and said he just used those turned down and they did fine. Might look cool on a cafe/bobber. Plus they come in a pair.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jabreeze77 View Post
    Hey I'm thinkin I like the looks of the plain angled extensions. One guy left a review and said he just used those turned down and they did fine. Might look cool on a cafe/bobber. Plus they come in a pair.


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    That'd look cool. Hope it works out for you.
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