Re: Hundred Series Fenders in reply to Ultradog MN, 03-13-2017 04:30:04
That are actually off a ford 6000. You can tell by the monkey grips and extensions. No matter just take the extensions off and mount on the hundred series, basically the same fender. Monkey grips help an old man like me. Mounted them on my 950 RC.
Re: Hundred Series Fenders in reply to Kirk-NJ, 03-13-2017 05:20:07
I didn't see the grips. But you are correct they are off a 6000. I had a set of those that were on a 3 cyl 4000 that I bought. They too were nice and I sold them to a fellow who was restoring an 860. I kept the grip. Have it here and will mount it on something or other one of these days.
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