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Thread: Fender Question

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    Default Fender Question

    I have an '09 R6 and just removed the fender, but now I have a hole that I really want to fill. I want to make it look nice but don't have a clue any suggestions? I can't upload pic since file is to big, and am to tired to shrink. If you need pictures to know what I'm talking about let me know and I will post them. Thanks in advance.

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    Right click and resize your pics.

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    bike.jpg

    I just took this from my phone, but there is 4 screw holes, and a bigger hole where the wires ran through. I want to cover it up and make it look flush any suggestions?

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    First off, forget resizing the pic. BIGGER please.

    Second what you need is a metal guy. I wonder if Jon or somebody similar could do that for you.
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
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    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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    couldnt you just put your license plate there
    Formerly known as Rugby66x


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    bigger pic please. i use photobucket for all my pictures. i also do plastic repair

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    DSC00661 4.jpg

    hmm, not working the way I want

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    that works fine, just click twice and it's full screen.

    now wheres this hole at? i think the plate is giving off a reflection

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    bike2.jpg
    Thanks for being so patient with me, I got a little carried away with the paint app, but it happens. I've asked around and the only solutions that people have come up with is an poxy which I think would look like crap and probably fall off or making a custom piece of plastic with fiberglass, which is probably out of my price range. So any suggestions would be appreciated I just don't like the fact that mud and dirt could/would fly into my big ass trunk. lol

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    epoxy with a mesh will hold, first gotta ruff it up with 36-80 grit. it won't look bad at all, just take your time
    maybe a bigass sticker? LOL.
    they sell a kit something like fiberglass cloth but it's takes UV rays for it to harden. i'll look for the link

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