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Default Rear fender spacers?

So, today I removed the sissy bar mount from my '93... I assume there were spacers in there before the sissy bar mount was removed, but that was way before my ownership. What do I need to put in the space that the mount used to occupy?

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Have a look on Ronnies

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Thanks. Now I know what the part # is, but Ronnies has a 0.00 price, which I assume means they're out of stock... Only place I've been able to fine them is in the Netherlands.

I may just cut some from aluminum and be done with it....

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My bike was missing part #22 for some reason. I think the po had it removed(?). I replaced the rear fender for a new one because of a crack in it. Instead of using part #22 I measured the gap between the fender and the fender support and used washers of the same size. That way you won't have any tension between the fender and the fender support when tightening it up. Plus side: It won't scratch the rest of the fender and debris won't go between it.
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