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Tire Brand / Model
Size
Diameter (in)
Total Width (in)
       
Vintage Style
     
       
Avon MKII
4.00-18
26.7
4.4
  4.00-19
27.6
4.3
  5.00-16
26.3
5.2
       
Coker Classic
4.00-18
25.75
3.9
  4.00-19
28
4
  4.50-18
27
4.5
  5.00-16
26.3
5
       
Firestone Deluxe
Champion
4.00-18
26.6
4.25
  4.00-19
27.6
4.25
  4.50-18
27.4
4.84
  5.00-16
26.4
5.35
       
Dunlop K70
4.50-18
26.6
4.3
       
Modern Style
     
       
Dunlop D401
130/90-16
25.4
5.1
Dunlop D401
150/80-16
25.4
5.9
Dunlop Qualifier
120/90-18
26.5
4.72
Avon Cobra
120/70-21
27.6
4.72
Shiinko Classic 240
MT90-16
25.3
5.0
Maxis M6011 Classic
130/90-16
25.2
5.35
Kenda K657
Challenger
130/90-18
27.2
5.1
Custom Chopper Fenders for Harley, Triumph, BSA, Honda, Yamaha
Custom built fenders made to fit your individual build,
pounded out of a single piece of sheet metal by hand in
Milwaukee is what we do.  

What we aren't is the catalog off the shelf guy. That guy
sells the fenders that are stamped overseas for the same
price as ours. They are much thinner, and are offered in
one or two sizes. These fenders are the ones that
disappoint right out of the box because you didn't realize
how flimsy it was from the picture on the web. You then
spend the time to mount it and discover it doesn't fit your
tire. If you're really good you then pay to paint it, and then
watch it snap after a few hundred miles. If you can plan
ahead, you can buy a much nicer fender for the same price
that fits correctly, and only have to mount and finish it once.

Below we offer over 100 different variations of fender.  
From different materials (that you won't find anywhere else
in the world), widths, lengths, diameters, ribbed/smooth,
and end treatments.
Each fender is made to order with
lead times in the 2-5 week range to produce.
What We Do / Who We Are
Fender diameter depends on 2 things:  

  1. Your tires overall diameter
  2. How much clearance you want to run between the tire and
    fender

Take your tires overall diameter and add 2 times your clearance to
get your fender diameter. I recommend a 1/2" minimum.
Tire Sizing Chart
(all dims per the manufacturer and +/- 10%)
How To Pick The Right Fender Diameter
Paul McKinnon from Evolution Motorsports
blown 1940 Harley Flathead
STEEL CHOPPER FENDERS (16 GAGE)
Alp
Sungurtekin's

sporty build
"The Whip"
Hartz Bros
Triumph build
Kevin "Teach" Baas'
Shovelhead
ALUMINUM CHOPPER FENDERS (.125" THK)
37" Long Steel Full Fender in 4.5", 5", and 6" widths

Choose shipping destination, fender width, fender diameter, ribbed or smooth, and ducktail or straight cut
37" Long Steel Full Fender in 4.5", 5", and 6" widths

Choose shipping destination, fender width, fender diameter, ribbed or smooth, and ducktail or straight cut
21" Long Steel Shorty in 4.5", 5", and 6" widths

Same as above, just shorter.  Choose shipping destination, fender width, fender diameter, ribbed or smooth, and ducktail or straight cut
21" Long Aluminum Shorty in 4.5" and 5" widths

Choose shipping destination, fender width, fender diameter, ribbed or smooth, and ducktail or straight cut
Ryan at Classic Cycles in Orange, CA bought a West Eagle stamped aluminum fender for his orange Triumph seen on
the right.  I took a picture of a piece of the stamped fender next to my fender for comparison.  The stamped fender
measures .048-.052" thick.  Needless to say it broke very quickly; and by the way, depending on where you buy it, the thin
fender costs the same or more than ours.

"Dan is a stand-up guy with great products!! You need to see his quality and craftsmenship he builds into every fender and
oil tank!!! After breaking my last alloy fender off in less than 400 miles I thought I was going to have to go with steel, but
after seeing and holding his fender, Hands down the best alloy fender on the market!!! Oh yeah, they actually fit an 4.00x18
tire perfect, you don't have to worry about loosing the radius at the bottom!!!"

- Ryan, Classic Cycles
37" Long Copper Full Fender in 4.5", 5", and 6" widths

Choose shipping destination, fender width, fender diameter, ribbed or smooth, and ducktail or straight cut
COPPER CHOPPER FENDERS (16 GA)
21" Long Copper Shorty in 4.5", 5", and 6" widths

Choose shipping destination, fender width, fender diameter, ribbed or smooth, and ducktail or straight cut
BRASS CHOPPER FENDERS (16 GA)
21" Long Brass Shorty in 4.5" and 5" widths

Choose shipping destination, fender width, fender diameter, ribbed or smooth, and ducktail or straight cut
Kevin "Teach" Baas'
'39 Knuckle
Terry Cullen's
"Brass Addiction"
Triumph, BSA, Yamaha, Honda, Kawasaki Vintage Stock Replacement Alloy Rear Fender

TIghten up your backside with this 5" wide alloy rear fender.  Now you don't have to choose between the big, goofy stock fender, finding a NOS alloy fender with the wrong holes that you
have to modify, or settling for a offshore light gage stamped fender that could dent if you sneezed on it.  Our fender measures 5" wide x 33.5" long  x .125" thick and is formed with a 30.5"
diameter (27.25" tip to tail) .  The fender is radiused in the front and ducktailed in the back and can come in either a smooth style (shown) or ribbed.  Handformed 9 gage (.125")  aluminum
means this fender is both durable and lighter than the steel stocker fender.
5" wide x 33.5" long x 27.25" tip to tail (30.5" diameter) x .125 thick alloy
rear  fender.  Radiused and ducktailed one end.  Choose shipping
destination, ribbed or smooth
Cafe Front Alloy Fender for Triumph, BSA, Sportster, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki

4" wide x 18" long x .100" thick cafe style alloy fenders.  These fenders come with a front side radius and a backside radius and ducktail to dress up your scoot.  Choose between the
smooth or ribbed style.  Fenders come in a brushed finish.
4" wide x 18" long x .100 thick alloy front fender.  Radiused
and ducktailed one end.  Choose shipping destination,
smooth or ribbed
Shipping
Width
Style
Shipping
Style
Chris Atkinson's Triumph
build.  Front and rear
aluminum fenders
Chris Atkinson's 1971 Triumph
Tiger 650.  Full write up at
Pipeburn
Chris Atkinson's 1971 Triumph Tiger
650.  Full write up at
Pipeburn
free counters
Stainless Sissy Bar Style Fender Struts

These parts are made from .375" round stainless steel.  The design has 1" long threaded ends that accept .375" heim joints that allow you to adjust the height of the bar to fit your setup.  
There are also (3) .250" diameter holes on the cross strap for easy mounting to the fender.  The bar is 14" tall and measures 12" in height from the bottom threads to the top of the fender
strap.   The width at the fender strap is 6.5".  Choose the spacing between the heims that works for your hardtail.  Most times that spacing is the distance from outside to outside of the axle
plates.  Please note that this part was designed as a fender strut and is not recommended to be used to carry around your wife, girlfriend, life partner, or any other passenger.
Cool Places to Check Out:
Kent Vanderploeg video of his aluminun fender and sissy bar mounted
Jon Hughes'
goosenecked
Honda Automatic
Much like quitting drinking, making a fender takes about 12
steps.  Here's step 5. Smoothing and strengthening the steel
Shipping
Fender Width
Fender Diameter
Style
End Treatment
Shipping
Fender Width
Fender Diameter
Style
End Treatment
Shipping
Fender Width
Fender Diameter
Style
End Treatment
Shipping
Fender Width
Fender Diameter
Style
End Treatment
Shipping
Fender Width
Fender Diameter
Style
End Treatment
Shipping
Fender Width
Fender Diameter
Style
End Treatment
Shipping
Fender Width
Fender Diameter
Style
End Treatment
Shipping
Spread Between Heims
Fender Width
Joey Pisacone's
1958 Panhead
Mike Woolaway from Deus Ex Machina.  The "American" (below)
and "Fiddler" (above) running alloy front fenders
Cliff Lee's cafe
Sporty
Lowbrow Customs "Double
Vision" duel engine salt flat bike
US Choppers panhead
boardtracker
Triumph by Marty Towers
of
Redstar Garage
Triumph by Marty Towers
of
Redstar Garage
Acme Choppers Triumph's
Doug Coughlin's Triumph built by
Eddie Caltin.  Aluminum fender with
sissy bar
Doug Coughlin's Triumph built by
Eddie Caltin.  Aluminum fender with
sissy bar
Danny Calderone's
'53 Pan