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Bad Dad Summit Rear Fender Prices starting at $495


Stretch out the back of your bagger with Bad Dad’s Summit Rear Fender.


This custom stretched fender is a direct bolt-on replacement for the stock fender and its built-in filler panels look like a stretched Street Glide fender. The fender is available in both a smooth and recessed license plate version, and the Summit Fender is a great fit with any of Bad Dad’s Stretched Sad- dlebags. This composite fender comes pre-drilled for easy installation and the


fender is finished in a smooth, blemish free gel coat. Bad Dad’s Summit Rear Fender is available for Touring and Softail models, has been pressure tested at 2,077 pounds, and works with all of your detachable docking hard- ware. Contact Bad Dad at 260-407-2000 or at www.baddad.com to order this


fender and other great custom bagger parts. All Bad Dad parts are proudly made in the USA.


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Bad Dad Long Strokes Exhaust—$470


Bad Dad’s Long Strokes Exhaust Pipes are the right stretched pipes for your stretched bags. These chrome slip-on mufflers are


angle cut and elongated to show the perfect amount of chrome from the back of your stretched bags. Bad Dad’s Long Strokes fit 1995-2012 Touring models and have a deep idle with moderate exhaust note that won’t upset the neighbors but will sound as good as your custom bagger looks. Contact Bad Dad at 260-407-2000 or at www.baddad.com to order this fender and other great custom bagger parts. All Bad Dad parts are proudly made in the USA.


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