Check the right side saddle bag bracket thats the one that rubs and will cut your tire...Don't ask me how I know..... If your not running bags just take the brackets off. Some times the lower guard needs to be trimmed, I had no problem with the upper.
Do it yourself. Many people just remove them...but that wasn't an option for me since I need the saddlebags often.
Take the bike brackets off (whole rear fender/ mud flap need removal) and grind the horizontal lips off...I used a bench grinder, and repainted afterwards. It may seem that the tire clears them now but they will end up rubbing...that's what happened in my case. I also chamferred the front replacement bolts that hang down to accept the bag brackets. I cut a channel out of the lower gaurd using a grinder by just following the tire rub mark after a ride around the block with them installed. My upper gaurd didn't need any cutting. You cannot see the cuts once installed.
And by the way, the work is worth it since the extra width looks much better...and I liked the change in handling.
bd let us now how much you cut the lower. I have 200 metz and just bought upper/lower chrome and tried it on it seems like only a small portion needs to be cut. If you don't mind take a pic of the cut lower guard so we can see how deep you cut it. Are you going to take off the back side plastic part off the chrome lower guard when you cut it? Thanks.