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Does anyone know if there is some type of rear fender kit coming out for the stock 200 wheel? I know L&M is developing their air shock component but is there any type of fender that could hug the tire - think that would really add to the rear look. Damn, I thought I was done with the mods but if a fender came out to expose more of the rear tire, I'd buy it. I know there's a kit if you upgrade to the 240/250 but I like the stock 200.

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Low and Mean are already in the works on this. They stated this on the Air Scoop thread.
I went to that thread and saw they talked about a "chin fairing". I'm not sure if that's what you meant but I was looking for an actual rear fender replacement that reveals and hugs the rear stock tire and barely comes below the seat for those who do not ride 2^.
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I am not sure if it is the type your looking for, but:

"We have better picture coming soon, also a new Rear fender that will make the bike look lower and fatter in the rear."

I agree that little to no rear fendor that shows off the entire rear wheel would look sweet on the Fury with either 200 or 250 rear wheel.
 

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If the rear fender hugs the rear tire, there's no room for the suspension to move up and down. The only way is to connect the fender to the swingarm while hugging the rear tire, but the fender is no longer connected to the seat. A good idea of exactly what this would look like, Google "Harley Rocker-C" and take a close look at the rear. Of course now that the fender is connected to the swingarm and not the seat, there's gonna be a space between the fender and the seat, that way when your suspension travels up and down, your seat doesn't move along with it. It's all about preferance, some Harley Rocker-C owners didn't like that look, so they purchased a kit that connects the fender to the seat, but the downfall to this is, the fender no longer hugs the rear wheel.
 

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If the rear fender hugs the rear tire, there's no room for the suspension to move up and down. The only way is to connect the fender to the swingarm while hugging the rear tire, but the fender is no longer connected to the seat. A good idea of exactly what this would look like, Google "Harley Rocker-C" and take a close look at the rear. Of course now that the fender is connected to the swingarm and not the seat, there's gonna be a space between the fender and the seat, that way when your suspension travels up and down, your seat doesn't move along with it. It's all about preferance, some Harley Rocker-C owners didn't like that look, so they purchased a kit that connects the fender to the seat, but the downfall to this is, the fender no longer hugs the rear wheel.
Just put a straight bar, with clevis mounts in place of the stock shock, bar to be cut to just the right length so that the fender hugs the tire. 'Course now you've got what we used to call a "hard-tail"; a real bitch to ride. LOL

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