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A65 Front Fender Long vs Short #737765
06/05/18 5:17 pm
06/05/18 5:17 pm
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Denis J Offline OP

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I am trying to sort the correct part for a 1972 A65T

I was posed with a question from our vendor- "do you want the long fender or the short one?"

I do not know

I was looking online to see what the difference may be. I don't see anything I would consider a "long" front fender or a different version of the usual front fender for the 1972 bikes

Do any of you have pictures of the long fender and the short fender? This repair is purely aesthetic and not for correct restoration purposes


Thanks for your help!!!

Denis J

Last edited by Denis J; 06/05/18 5:17 pm.

The formula for how many motorcycles to own is:
n+1=y
n = the number of motorcycles you currently own.

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Re: A65 Front Fender Long vs Short [Re: Denis J] #737770
06/05/18 5:39 pm
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Re: A65 Front Fender Long vs Short [Re: DMadigan] #737799
06/05/18 10:10 pm
06/05/18 10:10 pm
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Denis J Offline OP

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Originally Posted by DMadigan

Perfect!! Thank you for the help.


The formula for how many motorcycles to own is:
n+1=y
n = the number of motorcycles you currently own.

Motorcycle Mechanic at The Vintage Monkey in Sacramento, CA British and Old Motorcycle Specialists

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