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I have seen several people put rear fender supports on for a new rear fender , so today I was looking at a fury frame. While I was looking I got to thinking why can’t I use the support arms that already there. Cut the middle brackets out , find or fab a fender , drill holes for mounting. Has any one done this or thought of it ?
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You very well could do that. That is a great idea, however, the struts you see on the outside are shorter and have a more drastic radius to them. If you decide to go that route, I would go along the inside radius and make about 6 relief cuts to pull it in. This would tighten up the curve and bring the end of it where you need it to be, closer to the tire
 

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I thought about that also. You basically do the T-Mod
That’s what I was going to say. I thought about doing the entire rear over to get the look I really wanted but settled on the gangster fender “oem fit”. To really get that “tight” wheel hugging look it would really need the 240 conversion and lowering kit to get it to look 1000% and the radius right
 
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