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Default right size fender for a 140/90/16

go a 140/90/16 mounted on my hard tail and was wondering what the best style looking fender was? id like a nice snug fit but not to close, i was looking at a 71/2 wide fender and was wondering if thatd be to big?
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find an old front fender for an FL. they fit the radius pretty close, just trim the excess.
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Mine is a 150/80/16 and it's not that wide. I'm thinking 6.5"
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[QUOTE=Charles:;2342964]Mine is a 150/80/16 and it's not that wide. I'm thinking 6.5"[/QUOTE
140 converts to 5.75 if im correct, does anyone make a good looking 6in or 6in fender? all i can find is the cheap trailer fenders....
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Just tell him what size tire you have and he'll handle the rest. He uses a nice, thick gauge too! Should be about $160 shipped.
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