Our Anteris Complete Fender and Sissy bar kit includes everything you will need to mount up one of our curved fenders and a sissy bar to your VLX600! ZERO WELDING REQUIRED! Includes curved fender for 150-180 tires, Straight up Sissy Bar, Pressio Bolt-On Fender Mount Kit and all hardware necessary to mount everything to your bike You can carry a passenger on the fender, or you can strap a sleeping bag and a tent to it!
Sissy bar is approximately 15" tall from the top of the fender to top of the sissy bar.
The only thing you will need is your muscles, a drill, and a drill bit! We made this kit so simple that you don't even have to do any math or take your shoes off to count! All hardware is 3/8-16" so only one drill bit is necessary. You will need to drill holes in the fender to mount the sissy bar and the fender mount, and to drill holes in your axle plates for the lower sissy bar bolts. You will need to remove the chain guard as well. Seriously, this is literally the easiest kit to use ever!
This Complete Kit includes the following parts -
Curved Fender for 150-180 size tires - approx 21" long
Bolt on Straight up Sissy Bar
Bolt on Pressio Fender Mount Kit.
All hardware necessary to mount everything to your bike is included.
Optional Upgrades- This kit works perfectly with our Mono Struts and Mono Strut E-Tanks
Yes, you can carry a passenger on this fender and sissy bar.
These are cake to install. You can attach them to your axle plates one of two ways:
TJ's Method - Locate the 3rd & 4th from the rear notch on your axle plate on each side and center punch each plate about 1/2" above the notches. You want to make sure the lower bung doesn't hit the adjustment notches and it doesn't hit the curved portion of the axle plate. Drill a 5/16" hole and then tap it with a 3/8"-16 tap.
Alternate Method- Drill a 3/8" hole and use a nylock nut on the bolt on the backside of the axle plate.Lay a length of chain over the center line of the tire, tape it down and lay the fender on this, it will give you a perfect fender height! Move your sissy bar to the angle you want and mark the location of the holes on the fender, needed for the bolts to attach to the upper fender supports. Pull the fender off and drill the holes. At the rear of the fender you will want to drill slightly oversized 3/8" holes to attach the Sissy Bar fender supports.