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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Gen. III Rear Fender Delete?

Just curious as a New Owner of 2016 FJR 1300A.
Is there a rear fender / rear license plate holder (I would like a fender) that's not BLOCKY LOOKING for the FJR?
I guess More Sport than Touring?
I did not come up with anything with My search attempts.
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The stock one is beoootiful. I say get over it.
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A “tail tidy” has no business being on an FJR.
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A “tail tidy” has no business being on an FJR.
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Maybe I'm getting old, but I wouldn't mind a larger fender. I find that I still kick up rain on the back and bottom of my Givi. Mostly concerned about gunk getting in the lock mechanism.
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I cut mine off right below the license plate bump out. Did the same thing to my Ninja ZX6R too.

I like it a little more sporty. I keep my OEM windscreen down most of the time, because it is much sportier looking.

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Maybe I'm getting old, but I wouldn't mind a larger fender. I find that I still kick up rain on the back and bottom of my Givi. Mostly concerned about gunk getting in the lock mechanism.
The only rear fender extender I've ever seen for an FJR is this one: https://www.bobsbikestuff.co.uk/ours...cer-08110.html

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Something like a rear hugger fender and delete the clunky license plate holder just to clean up the look.
Anything?

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The only rear fender extender I've ever seen for an FJR is this one: https://www.bobsbikestuff.co.uk/ours...cer-08110.html
LOL I think the OP is actually looking for more spray
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LOL I think the OP is actually looking for more spray
You didn't read my previous post.
A rear hugger fender would function well and look better. One mans opinion.

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