the rear fender is premarked for the oem sissy bar on the underside, so remove it and you will see the 4 hashmarks. Start with an 1/8" bit and work your way up 3 to 4 sizes till you get to 1/8" larger the spacer diameter. I used standard drill bits for steel. Start slowly, once the bit starts cutting pick up speed slightly, apply only a little pressure, let the bit do the work. And have someone hold the fender firmly. Good luck!!!What size and type of drill bit did you use to drill the holes in the fender for the sissy bar?
giant Ass womanSo what do you guys do to cover up those giant holes in the fender when not using the sissy bar? It especially looks bad because the C&C seat doesn't cover the rear holes. Maybe stickers??
First off....No fatties on my bike! Second....I'm kidding about the stickers, unless they're the bullet hole stickers, those things are SWEET!!lmfao @ giant ass woman. well I would think that most people that put the sissy bar on would leave it on and not take it off that often, call me crazy, plus why would you put stickers on your bike that you probably cleaned up of reflectors and the stickers that was on there in the first place.
Come on furyfun fat women need love too. That little OEM sissy bar isn't big enough to do anything except get caught in the crack of your butt to keep you from falling completely off.BLAGH!!!!!!!!!