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:panyone interested in a factory fender eliminator for the 2010-2011 z1000 and the ninja 1000? You've already paid for it why not use it.:dontknow:
 

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fender eliminator

i used the factory rear fender parts to make the kit. the only thing i had to make was the angle aluminum to hold the plate. looks very good. posted pics in my album. if anyone would like i can tell them on the phone. 270-320-7205 thanks jerry:D
 

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the pics in the album looks promising :)
so.. you simply cut the fender to pieces and put it together in the.. "short" version? :)
 

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no cutting, took it apart and used the turns, plate bracket, plate light, four of the original mounting holes, drilled three holes in the brackets, original screws. the only part i had to make was the angle for the plate itself. if your interested send me yours and i'll do it for you. donations will be accepted:p
 

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no cutting, took it apart and used the turns, plate bracket, plate light, four of the original mounting holes, drilled three holes in the brackets, original screws. the only part i had to make was the angle for the plate itself. if your interested send me yours and i'll do it for you. donations will be accepted:p
I got you beat - not only did I reuse the tag bracket, but I didnt have to drill ANY holes - only had to widen the two holes that bolt the entire fender to the undertail. Those two bolt holes lined up almost perfectly (I say almost - thats why I had to widen them slightly) with the tag bracket. Then, bought two one-inch angle brackets and four nylock nuts and screws, and hung it all together. Took 30 minutes from uninstalling to fully done, and cost under $5.

I didnt bother with turn signals - I have the integrated tail light :)
 

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I got you beat - not only did I reuse the tag bracket, but I didnt have to drill ANY holes - only had to widen the two holes that bolt the entire fender to the undertail. Those two bolt holes lined up almost perfectly (I say almost - thats why I had to widen them slightly) with the tag bracket. Then, bought two one-inch angle brackets and four nylock nuts and screws, and hung it all together. Took 30 minutes from uninstalling to fully done, and cost under $5.

I didnt bother with turn signals - I have the integrated tail light :)
share pics, howto's :)
 

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share pics, howto's :)
Already gave you the how to's - see previous post.

Pics posted here:

http://www.z1000forum.com/forum/z1000-parts-accessories/118190-spot-my-trick-bits.html

Seriously - easy as heck. Remove the fender, remove the plate bracket from the fender, use a drill to make the center fender mounting bolt holes slightly larger, then bolt the plate bracket to the undertail where the fender was removed from. Two pieces of right-angle 1" shelf brackets, four small bolts with nylock washers. DONE!
 

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did the same thing of the factory emlinator, just used the lights and bracket for the license plate. buying a bracket or making something out of sheet metal which will be attached where the four holes are and done.
 
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