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    Front fender extender.
    on: Aug 31, 2015, 08.10 am
    Aug 31, 2015, 08.10 am
    I'm thinking about fitting one of these. Does anyone have one fitted,  and how much crap do they stop getting over the fairing and pipes x
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    Re: Front fender extender.
    Reply #1 on: Aug 31, 2015, 08.59 am
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    well worth fitting as is the rear one

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    Re: Front fender extender.
    Reply #2 on: Aug 31, 2015, 09.02 am
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    Thanks john. I'll order it now xx
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    Re: Front fender extender.
    Reply #3 on: Aug 31, 2015, 01.47 pm
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    You may also think about the R&G radiator and downpipe guards if you ride anywhere there are pebbles that can get thrown into the radiator and the downpipe guard seems to help with keeping my pipes a little cleaner.  There are two versions of fender extenders, the genuine Triumph, and the Fenda Extenda, and they both work as does the rear.  Mine is a Fenda Extenda that I bought before I realized there was a Triumph accessory.  Don't ya just love all the extra stuff you can buy for a new bike!  :047:
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    Re: Front fender extender.
    Reply #4 on: Aug 31, 2015, 02.16 pm
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    Does the rear extender stop all the crap going under the top box x
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    Re: Front fender extender.
    Reply #5 on: Aug 31, 2015, 03.17 pm
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    Yes it made a lot of difference. I think that they are fitted as standard to the new bikes since 2014/5

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    Re: Front fender extender.
    Reply #6 on: Aug 31, 2015, 04.05 pm
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    I have a carbon fiber one on mine.  I ordered from the same ebay seller in Spain for several bikes already.  $35 shipped.
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    Re: Front fender extender.
    Reply #7 on: Aug 31, 2015, 04.37 pm
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    Mine doesn't have the rear fitted and I bought it new last week. It is a standard not an SE. Don't know if that's why it wasn't fitted as standard x
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