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Bill

I used to own some shit!
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The attention to detail on your Street Glide is unreal!!!!

Congratulations on a truly Custom Bagger!!!

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thecort

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Beautiful job! Looks amazing.

What lights did you use in your filler panels?
 

Bill

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Those lights are pretty sweet, custom yet still highly visible. I can see those being a big seller if you make mold in buckets for them to fit into.

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Badgerbob

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Does your bags and rear fender allow for 4 or 4.5 exhaust. Just asking, some of us may still like to have dual exhaust, or single, and or none. But reallly does look awesome.
 

Sumo-X

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Does your bags and rear fender allow for 4 or 4.5 exhaust. Just asking, some of us may still like to have dual exhaust, or single, and or none. But really does look awesome.
Well, the bags are Milwaukee bagger that I modified. there is room in the fender for a 4.5" hole for sure, but the light may have to be moved up a bit, in that case I would sell the customer the fender and light kit without the slots in the fender, cut it in yourself.
My opinion is that if you really want a nice fit, you have to do the work. Cut your holes to fit your pipes, yep, it's more work but it's the only way to get a really nice fit I think.
I had to spend some time with this one because the exhaust mount on the left side was almost 1/4" further out than the one on the right. ( I am talking about the mount position on the bag bracket itself).
I cut the left exhaust bracket off and re-welded it inboard a bit, then fitted the fender to the bag,(I built in some neat brackets and designed them so the fender tails are adjustable) then cut and shaped the holes to fit the pipes.
Actually my fender bracket is not only adjustable to the bags but there is some adjustment for the bag brackets also. I also made a place for the air pump on the main bracket so the air pump is behind the fender, next is an abs filler panel/inner fender, (like a wheelhouse inner fender on a car). Then we can call that fender ready for production.
There are a lot of companies as you well know, making fenders and fender covers, the way for Sumo-X to do well is to make the best one. Meaning a fender that can be fitted very well by means of adjust-ability and extra features that no one else has.
That's the goal. By the way this fender is very rigid in the bike.
 

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