C/W Vrod NRS racing rear fender conversion

$1,644.50 Inc GST

Available on backorder

No Bullshit Comments

Does not come with the Stringer Collective logo or diamond stitch on the seat as seen in some photos, Does come with the C/W logo on the smooth seat, product picture 3.

Complete rear conversion “Racing” with assembly kit and inner fender made of metal + seat “Racing”, completely covered for V Rod ® and Night Rod, NRS and Muscle ®.

This C/W rear conversion is an ABS plastic part and is CNC milled on the most modern 5-axis machining centres! This ensures that these parts are OEM quality. No cheap fiberglass! You can have the plastic parts painted immediately, which in turn is very cheap because the surface is perfect and no preparation or reworking of the parts is required! The complete conversion kit consists of a short rear fender including an assembly kit and an inner fender made of metal, as well as a covered seat.

The rear fender “Racing” was optically very complex! Characterised by its very simple assembly. Only unscrew the original rear end, dismantle the metal inner fender. Then mount the metal inner fender, screw on the rear fender and clip in the seat – done! It doesn’t have to be cut, drilled or adjusted !!!

Anyone can carry out the entire rear conversion in around 2 hours. The rear can be used for tires up to 280 mm. Very beefy optics, because the rear is designed to be tailor-made, so even the 240 tire looks very beefy! In the photos you can see a 260 tire on the original rim.

The matching seat (1-seater, black) in the shape to match the rear (as shown) is included in the scope of delivery. It is simply exchanged for the original seat and is attached exactly like the original seat! All functions are retained in full! If you have any questions, please contact us at any time!

For the VROD Muscle, however, the conversion only works in conjunction with our airbox cover

If this product says in stock then that means I have it on the shelf here in Australia ready to post, If it says back order then that means I have none on the shelf but some on the way. By purchasing a back order product you take the next available. Waiting for products to become in stock is not a good idea as the guys paying for back order will take what is ready and they may never be “In Stock” as such.

Any questions just ask.

 

Rick Stringer

 

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