Fenders, I know that they’re a pretty hot topic on here. Yes, I’m using them. Yes, they’re still Huffy fenders. Yeah, they’re modded. The front fender ws weak where the bracket attached to the bottom of the steer tube. I have a $20 riveter from Stanley, drilled a hole fore and aft of the OEM rivet and put in two more. Same with the OEM support bracket for the back, put in two more rivets and called it good. The rear fender was a little more involved. I cut a channel into the driver side of the fender for chain clearance. Didn’t want to cut it short because I don’t want mud on my motor at all. The HD Hub/drum brake kit from Grubee had offset my wheel to the Right by 1” so my fender had to move accordingly. The front mount, I just sandwiched between the kickstand and the fender mount. Solved and Solid. The top mount, I just folded a piece of aluminum to sandwich the OEM mount with two rivets. The aluminum offsets and bolts to the frame. The rear mount was simple geometry. There are two mount holes on each side of the rear fork. By moving the Left side support to the rear effectively lengthening it. The Right side I moved foreward, shortening it and pulling the fender in the correct direction. ACE Hardware supplied the stainless allen bolts as well as the aluminum. DON’T FORGET LOCTITE…
TOP BRACKET FOR FRONT FENDER
FRONT SUPPORT BRACKET RE-INFORCEMENT
FRONT MOUNT, REAR FENDER
TOP MOUNT, REAR FENDER
LEFT SUPPORT MOUNT, REAR FENDER. THE BRACKET IS MOUNTED TO THE OTHER HOLE ON THE OTHER SIDE.