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CHROME CAST FENDER TIPS

National Cycle's chromed cast fender tips are an economical way to add that finishing touch to your customized bike. Back in the 1940s, National Cycle patented the classic "airstreamer" style fender tip that practically defines the American cruiser look. This hallmark product has been painstakingly refined for today's motorcycles. By casting the product, the shape and high crown details that distinguish these tips really stand out. These are not ordinary fender tips. These cast tips have a jewel quality chrome finish with a show bike polish. The fender tips come as a 2-piece set for selected models. These kits contain a fender tip for both ends of the front fender.

Specifications

Stock front fender applications
Article number Description Retail price Add to cart
731153 1990-2000 FLSTF Fat Boy 838,37 kr
731156 2001-2017 FLSTF Fat Boy, 2-piece set 1 856,80 kr
731160 2004 to present XL Sportster with 19" or 21" front wheel, 1980-1985 FXWG, 1983 FXDG, 1984-1990 FXST, 1999- 2007 FXST, 2000- 2009 FXSTB Night Train, 1989- 2006 FXSTS Springer, 1995-1997 FXSTSB Bad Boy, 1987-1999 and 2007-2017 FXSTC Custom 1 736,85 kr
731162 2000-2013 FLTR, FLTRU and FLTRX Road Glide, 2-piece set 1 736,85 kr
Stock rear fender applications
Article number Description Retail price Add to cart
731154 1990-2000 FLSTF Fat Boy and 1997-2005 FLSTS Heritage Springer 958,07 kr
731157 2001-2006 FLSTF Fat Boy 1 077,89 kr
731161 2007-2017 FLSTF Fat Boy 1 077,89 kr
731158 2006-2007 FXST Softail Standard, 2007-2017 FXSTC Softail Custom, 2006-2009 FXSTB Night Train 1 077,89 kr 431,09 kr
731159 2000-2007 FXSTD Deuce 1 077,89 kr 431,09 kr
731163 2000-2013 FLTR, FLTRU and FLTRX Road Glide 1 077,89 kr

Recommended Retail Prices include 25.00% sales tax.

Prices exclude shipping, import duties and installation.

Prices are based on EUR to SEK interbank rates obtained daily. The interbank rate is the rate that banks trade currency to each other. These prices must be used as a guide.