Thursday, November 27, 2008

The Klock Is Ticking

I am always looking for ways to "customize" my Harley and, as mentioned previously, more is less for me. I love the style of the guys at Klock Werks. The seem to preserve the OEM look but add smoother, cleaner lines that lend a certain minimalist style to their bikes. In a previous post I stated that a set wheels is on my short list of mods. Well, I will probably go with a couple of these guys fenders as well. Not 100% sure about swapping front fenders, but I love the stretched rear fender with the recessed license plate holder. They are not cheap, but they are made of heavy duty material and they bolt up without modification. I probably won't go this route until I decide to get a paint job. The wheels will definitely come first. So if you like clean lines and smooth style, Klock Werks may have something to spruce up your scooter.

Below are links to the front and rear fenders I am considering:

Front Fender
Rear Fender

Happy Thanksgiving!!!


Mr. Motorcycle said...

Always a day late. I hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

Cool fenders.

P.S. I know a guy who paints;) LOL!

Willy D said...

I love that back fender. As for the paint - I think you just got an offer. From the work I've seen from the "mystery" painter, I'd accept the offer.

TRT said...

Well, whom ever the mystery painter is, from the looks of his work, I would take him up on the offer.

fasthair said...

RTR: I see the gears turning in your head. I think you made a good choice on the fenders, but I think with a little work I bet you can get your front fender to look very close to the one picked out. Like maybe take a used Heritage or Bagger fender found at a swap meet and work with it. That is what the fender you picked out reminds me of. Just a thought.

I know a couple of great painters, one of them is Mr. M!


TRT said...

fasthair, I've looked at the FL fenders off the deluxe/heritage, etc. as well. Haven't ruled that out either. thanks for the feedback.