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Precision Fit Fenders from Bad Dad Price—$315 ea.


Your custom project wouldn’t be complete without the perfect fender to show off your new wheels. Bad Dad is currently using the


precision technology of RTM injection for many of its custom front fenders. The RTM injection process allows Bad Dad to provide you with a fender that is super strong, precision fit, and features a smooth exterior and interior that your body man will love! Bad Dad’s RTM fenders are available for 21” and 23” front wheels, and available in both a classic FL style design and also the


streamlined look of the Wrap Fender. All of Bad Dad’s front fenders are pre-drilled and pre-fit for easy installation and include chrome mounting spacers. Contact Bad Dad at 260-407-2000 or by visiting www.baddad.com for more information. All Bad Dad parts are proudly made in


the USA. Bad Dad’s Stretched Tank Shroud—Price $395


Bad Dad’s Stretched Gas Tank takes a twist on the traditional tank: this stretched cover installs over the top of your existing gas


tank. The left and right covers give you the stretched look with minimal body and paint work. Bad Dad’s Stretched Tank comes finished in a smooth, blemish free gel coat that is ready for paint and installation. The tank’s


design accommodates both your factory dash and seat. The Stretched Tank Cover fits 5-gallon 1993-2007 Bagger tanks, 6-gallon 2008-2009 Bagger tanks, and select Softail tanks. Contact Bad Dad at www.baddad.com or call 260-407-2000 for more information on this piece and other custom Bagger parts.


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