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i am looking for some info . i would like to put a chrome fender o the front of my 1200 trike. any suggestions? thanks.

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Not sure about the 1200 (even though I had one), but the early '80s CB900 fenders are a perfect fit for the GL1000. I am very happy with that one on mine.
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I have a GL1000 Chrome fender on my '82 but it just barely clears the 120/90-18 front tire.
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I have a GL1000 Chrome fender on my '82 but it just barely clears the 120/90-18 front tire.
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:shock: That is awesome! I'm betting you check the air pressure on that wheel often. :?

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