Extender Fender front

Part No. 27830-000
Price: €49.90
Incl. 19% VAT, Excl. shipping
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You often hear complaints about dirt-encrusted header pipes and engine housings, stone chip damage and amounts of water being whipped up. This extension of the original mudguard, made of thermoformed ABS material, puts an end to such problems. The extension is bolted to the mudguard fairly out of sight, so that the attachment bolts are not really noticed.
Sold complete with mounting bolts for a vibration-free and solid fit.
Black ABS plastic.

For the original mudguard.
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Ok produce Review by Kim
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Fits ok and easy to install (Posted on 02/08/2017)
Fender Extenda Review by Jim Schulz
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This is the third Fender Extenda that I have purchased for installation on various GSA BMW motorcycles that I have owned. Even though there are less expensive units on the market, I feel that the attention to detail and the quality of the Wunderlich product is worth the additonal cost. The Fender Extenda performs exactly what it was designed for...to keep the front of the engine cleaner...truly a "Wunderful" product. (Posted on 15/11/2012)
Need to have Review by Sarie Arar
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I have a new R 1200 GS 2012, installed this part on my bike, after seeing my friends on their GSs being soiled when going off-road or during rain. IMO, it is a must have due to the short front fender of the GS. light matched the original color and easy to install. (Posted on 09/12/2011)
necessity Review by neil roderick
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A necessity for the GS as the front fender is not long enough. (Posted on 02/08/2011)
Mud buster Review by Jim Reynolds
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I have put these on pretty much all of my bikes (except the vintage stuff). Not long enough to stop everything, but sure helps reduce the amount of road scum that gets thrown all over your cross pipe and the front of your engine. I hold a little piece of sheet metal up behind the fender when drilling the pilot holes - just in case.... (Posted on 22/03/2011)

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