Mohawk Bobber Rear Fender - Fits Rear Tires 150 - 180
Mohawk Bobber Rear Fender - Fits Rear Tires 150 - 180
Mohawk Bobber Rear Fender - Fits Rear Tires 150 - 180

    Mohawk Bobber Rear Fender - Fits Rear Tires 150 - 180

    $ 149.99 $ 229.99

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      Our Mohawk Bobber Fender for Rear Tires is great for getting that bobber, or chopper rear end look for your Motorcycle! Hand spun from 13 ga steel, this is a fender built to last! These hand made fenders fit a 150-180 tire perfectly,  depending on the brands tire profile, the fit may be more snug than others.


      • Approx 20.75" Long measured along the spine of the fender. 
      • Approx 7.5" wide
      • Fits Rear Tires 150-180

      This TJ Brutal Customs Mohawk fender does not include any hardware.

      These rear fenders require some fabrication to mount as they do not have any holes pre-drilled, so break out the welder and hood!
      These are approx. 7.5" wide and 20.75" long and when mounted to a stock frame they extend a few inches past 12 o'clock on your wheel.
      They fit the rear wheel like a glove and are strong enough to carry a passenger, a sleeping bag and tent, or a drill press! Yes, we've done that! 

      The easiest way to set these up on a Honda Shadow VT600 that has been hard tailed if you are going to make your own struts with our DIY Builders Motorcycle Fender Strut Kit:  Lay a length of bike chain or thick tubing, down the center of your tire to set fender height. You can use angle brackets welded to the swing arm or our Pressio fender mounting kit. Drill holes in fender to bolt fender to angle brackets or Pressio kit. Drill 5/16' hole in axle plate. Tap with 3/8-16" tap. Bullet bungs get welded to top of struts and countersunk bungs get welded to bottom of the struts (cut struts to desired length). Cap head bolt goes into countersunk bung into axle plate and bullet bung gets bolted to fender from inside fender.