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:banghead: Not even 2 weeks is my baby old and I've got allready a scratch in the front fender. Looks like someone has pulled a bag or something with metal over it. The scratches are not deep but you can see it on the denim black. On a glossy bike, I would polisch it, but that is not possible on the matt.
Has anyone an idea, how to fix that without spraying the hole fender ?
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Make identical scratches in the rear fender!:hidesbeh:

Then call it a limited edition paint scheme and sell it on ebay!
 

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Make identical scratches in the rear fender!:hidesbeh:

Then call it a limited edition paint scheme and sell it on ebay!
Yup ! Good idea
 

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oioi said:
:banghead: Not even 2 weeks is my baby old and I've got allready a scratch in the front fender. Looks like someone has pulled a bag or something with metal over it. The scratches are not deep but you can see it on the denim black. On a glossy bike, I would polisch it, but that is not possible on the matt.
Has anyone an idea, how to fix that without spraying the hole fender ?
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oioi
Can you post a picture of it?
 

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I came outside one day to find a shopping cart wedged on my front fender.......
 

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Join the club, I have on in my front fender, and with the metal flake I also can't do anything about it. Save up and replace it.
 

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firemedic said:
Join the club, I have on in my front fender, and with the metal flake I also can't do anything about it. Save up and replace it.


you've still got that scratch I'd assume as much as it bothers you it would be fixed by now. How are things?
 

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I wish, but hard pressed to spend that kind on money on the fender when I can get other things. I will replace some day. I just walk quickly by the front end so I don't have to look at it!
I am very well, when you coming back this way?
 

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A badge of honor. The flat black is supposed to look tough. Leave it alone - soon enough it will have a few siblings! Can you see it while riding? If not, I think I found the answer! One cheap trick to hide a scratch on the front fender - install a half naked woman on the back seat!
 

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badge of honor

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Can you see it while riding?
Depends how I sit on the bike :D .
The idea with the naked woman is not bad but has some bad side effects:
1. if it's my wife, I'll need a nany for the kids during the rides.
2. if it's my wife and I have a nany, my wife gets sick
3. if it's the nanny, my wife gets mad and I'll get :spank: and she really hits hard. Think that's also a kind of a badge of honor :dance:
 

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Ya know, that Demim painted bike might look mighty badass "without" a front fender. I was thinking about looking at mine without the fender. But I have the Vivid. I think it would make the front tire and frontend look heavier. A kick-ass bare bones look. If you try it send picks.
 

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the first cut is the deepest
 
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