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Nos Fender Mount Bracket Brace Vintage Mx Dirt Honda Hodaka Maico Yamaha Penton on 2040-motos

US $20.00
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Shelby, Ohio, United States

Shelby, Ohio, United States
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NOS Vintage Front Fender Bracket 

Vintage dirt bike high fender mount. 70s Aluminum fender mount to mount plastic front fenders to bottom of fork triple tree and add bracing. Vintage look for that old dirt bike.

Bracket is aluminum 3/16 thick 2-1/8 inches wide mount to triple tree is 4 inches wide with mount holes 3-3/8 inches center to center or 85mm.  
Bracket is 11-1/8 inches or 285mm.   Can be re-drilled for custom fit also if you have a buffer these polish out nice for custom use.

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