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1934 - 1937 WC lower Rear Fender Mounting brackets

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Scott

05-28-2004 13:47:35




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Does anyone know where I can get a complete set of Rear Fender Lower Mounting Brackets for my 1936 WC? I don't care if they are reproductions or originals....

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Scott Des Moines, Iowa




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Gene

05-29-2004 11:56:14




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 Re: 1934 - 1937 WC lower Rear Fender Mounting brac in reply to Scott, 05-28-2004 13:47:35  
The fender mounting brackets, front and rear of each fender, are the same. So, if you have the front you can have the rear set fabricated at the local metal shop. You will need four brackets, two for each fender.

The bracket is in the form of a J made of 3/8 thick steel, 1 wide. Outside Measurements: Long side of J is 3 long. Bottom of J is 1 3/8. Short side of J is 2.

Bolt holes are diameter. 1st hole on the long side of the J is centered 5/8 from the top of the J. 2nd hole on the short side of the J is a diameter slot long (across the width). The slot is centered from the top end of the short side of the J. Holes 1 and 2 are the only holes used to mount the fenders.

Comment: There are two other holes, unused, in the mounting bracket. One at the bottom of the J and another 1 inches below hole Number 1. It appears that holes were drilled in the mounting bracket prior to forming.

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Gene

05-28-2004 21:51:50




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 Re: 1934 - 1937 WC lower Rear Fender Mounting brac in reply to Scott, 05-28-2004 13:47:35  
I have the fenders off my 36 WC. I'll check in the morning. Off hand I think the brackets are nothing more than "C" shaped strap steel with two holes.

I'll measure them. Any metal shop will be able to make them up.



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Bob in Wi

07-01-2004 16:45:42




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 Re: Re: 1934 - 1937 WC lower Rear Fender Mounting in reply to Gene, 05-28-2004 21:51:50  
A friend of mine has two fenders withe the brakets in south central Wisconsin if you are interested?



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