did anyone that got the low and mean front fender have to shim one side to make...

did anyone that got the low and mean front fender have to shim one side to make it centered. mine is hitting the tire on one side at the bottom

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  • I googled it...We are 299.4 miles apart...so only 150 miles if we meet half way...there's probably others in the area also...

  • that's cool we'll have to get something up for this summer

  • Agreed...

  • Ed Bleyer We are in Spring Grove. About 40min south of you. We will have to ride sometime.

  • Shimmed mine. It was rubbing hard on the left side. Had a buddy that did the same thing but he held the fender wider with some wood molds and heated it up and left it in the mold for a few days to stretch the fender out some which worked for a while but it eventually started to rub again

  • Mine was centered didn't have to align it at all.

  • Mine fit like dog shit. Then I realized most of the side to side issues can be fixed by the bolt tightening sequence. I had to enlarge the holes to rotate the fender up off the tire. L&M suck. Wouldn't even return my call when I left them 2 messages. It looks fine now but fit sucks for the price.

  • Not at first, but after about 8,000 miles now it's rubbing at the top on one side.

  • Yep. I enlarged the holes before I even rode it. Not near enough room for tire growth

  • I haven't heard many good thing about fit. I went with the Mortons. Had to drill and fit it myself but its right. 14 ga metal.