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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-19-2006, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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Question Fender eliminator

anyone know of a good place to get fender eliminators? i cant wait to get rid of the god awful looking thing on my tail now. Thanks.
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I have a fender eliminator in my garage by the name of a Jig-saw What kind of bike is it?

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i thought it was obvious from my name. my mistake.
its an 06 gixxer 750. and sorry for hte double post.
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Heh, didn't even look at your ID, but shouldn't it be 2k6? lol just messin, Ill look around and see what I can find for ya.

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Take a look at these. They were some of the cheaper ones I've seen.

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These are just a few I found, they all look pretty good and are on the cheaper end. Sice you just bought the bike I doubt your looking to shell out to much on an eliminator.

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thanks sepias, i appreciate it. and yes and no on the price issue, i only like to do things once, so if i find one i like, i'll just have to save a bit before i get it.
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Good luck, and happy hunting

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Hell, I still like the jig-saw idea...

worked great on my Superhawk, and the plate covers up the (very slightly) rough edge....

I have no idea what youre talking about...
So heres a bunny with a pancake on it's head.
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i had considered the jiggsaw idea (i did it on my last bike), but ive looked at this one and it seems it would be quite a bit more messy. for one thing its curved and a bit thicker than my last one, plus i cant really see what i would bolt the license plate too once i trimmed it
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