01. Here is the RWD front fender ready to find its way onto the bike. It’s 45 inches long, 5½ inches wide, and made of heavy-gauge steel. This is the fender for a 21-inch wheel with a 120x70-21 tire. Retail cost is $239.95.01. Here is the RWD front fender ready to find its way onto the bike. It’s 45 inches long As we move forward with our ’04 Road King makeover, we were in need of a replacement front fender to fit the taller tire and a dash that fits the stretched gas tank better. We changed out the stock wheels on this bike a while back and knew then we would need to swap out the stock fender with something a little sleeker and not so stock looking. With the new saddlebags and longer fender changing the look of the bike, not to mention that the side panels were stretched to really give the bike a streamlined look, the stock fender would not do. So when we saw the Russ Wernimont Designs (RWD) line of front fenders, we knew there was a perfect match. 02. Once we removed the stock H-D fender, Kazoo took a measurement to find out what size spacers we would need. The space between the lower legs was 8 inches from mounting bung to mounting bung.02. Once we removed the stock H-D fender, Kazoo took a measurement to find out what size The fender is made of heavy-gauge steel and available in three different widths. All RWD fenders are handmade in the USA and inspected by a master fender builder to assure that all fenders are straight, consistent, and have a flawless finish to minimize bodywork before paint. The fenders come undrilled (unless ordered predrilled) so you can position them to fit your needs and work best for your application. We ordered a predrilled one for this install. Whichever you choose, plan on getting a set of spacers to mount the fender to your bike. We also wanted to replace the bulky stock H-D dash with a sleek low-profile unit more contoured to the stretched fuel tank. The RWD Sleek Dash is made of polished cast aluminum and the stock bezel and indicator lights bolt right in place. The dash measures 19 inches long, 5 inches wide, and 4 inches high at the top and retails for $196.95. We rode the bike over to Freedom Cycles in Orange, California, for the install, and in just under two hours, we had the fender and the dash on the bike and ready for paint. B MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org 03. Kazoo double-checked the fender to see that it was 5½ inches wide. Once this was confirmed, we needed to get a spacer to fill the gap between the two.03. Kazoo double-checked the fender to see that it was 5½ inches wide. Once this was conf 04. We picked a set of 1¼-inch chrome spacers from Klock Werks to mount the fender to the bike.04. We picked a set of 1¼-inch chrome spacers from Klock Werks to mount the fender to the 05. Next Kazoo placed the RWD fender on the bike and lined up the predrilled mounting holes to the bungs.05. Next Kazoo placed the RWD fender on the bike and lined up the predrilled mounting hol 1 | 2 | » | View Full Article By Ernie Lopez Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!