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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-21-2009, 08:53 PM Thread Starter
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Simple question:

What is a quality brand fender eliminator? I need one for an '09 Kawi Ninja 250 and an '08 Suzuki GSXR-600.

I plan on buying online and having them both shipped. Wanted to get it ordered tonight and have it out of the way.


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2 "L" brackets that bolt into your stock holes on the tail
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check ebay and other vendors too for comp werks

got mine brand new off ebay 2 weeks ago for $60 with shipping
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2 "L" brackets that bolt into your stock holes on the tail
$2 worth of hardware at Home Depot and forget about it. Using the stock holes on the 06 Gix leaves the plate close enough to the tail light that you shouldn't have any problems.
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$2 worth of hardware at Home Depot and forget about it. Using the stock holes on the 06 Gix leaves the plate close enough to the tail light that you shouldn't have any problems.
+1 I have an 07 and all i needed was a few washers and a small piece of metal that i had around the house to hold the plate. I used the stock bolts for the original rear fender. Maybe i'll grab a pick and post it up tomorrow. The fender eliminators/under tail kits, are a waste unless you are gonna show your bike

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check ebay and other vendors too for comp werks

got mine brand new off ebay 2 weeks ago for $60 with shipping

Thanks! That's exactly where I got mine for around $30.oo less AND free shipping! Should be here ANY DAY NOW!

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I made mine from a bracket for my above the stove microwave. It already had speed holes drilled in it.
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