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New to the site. first post, getting a 620 soon (Merry Christmas to me!). I intend to remove the back fender in the future like so may posters here but dont really want to do tail chop. Stumbled across this link for a eliminatot kit. Looks nice, check out the pics section. Any members tried this mod yet. PS....I dont work for or endorese these guys, just saw the product on the web site. http://www.madscienceproduction.com/comparo.html
 
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It looks nice, but 95 bucks! No way.

There are two other threads going on the same subject right now, I think there called License Plate Bracket and Frender Eliminator, or something like that. Check 'em both out, they might help. I like the TPO bracket myself.
 

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Nice looking bracket, but all of that beauty will be hidden under the seat or behind the number plate. Kind of a waste.

I'm looking for one as well - something easy, light and less expensive.
 

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I chose the TPO part as it seemed to be a clean cut part, organized company with exceptional information on their web site for all model of DUC
 

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I have that eliminator. It is a great as it looks. I got it last year for quite abit less that it is going for these days. If your money clip is up to it, I'd say drop the Franklin & pick yourself one up.
 

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Alright htcamp... fess up... you work for TPO don't you? ;) ;D ;) ;D ;) ;D ;) ;D ;) ;D ;) ;D ;) ;D ;) ;D ;) ;D
 

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i have one of those. It's well worth it, if your wallet isnt starving.
 

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Just thought I'd do an honest product review. Actually, as I do more mods I
 

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i'm also looking for fender eliminator that doesn't require tail chopping. this TPO looks sweet but site states its for 1999 and newer monsters. i have a 1995 m900. any suggestions for similar product that would play nice with my '95?
 

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moto-just went to order the evo's and the drop down for model type only had 2000-2003 listed. is it safe to assume this could be used for a 1995 m900?
 
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