I agree. It's not stock, but instead a fiberglass version of a Softail fender. I could narrow it by cutting a 1/2" to inch of the center, but also the curve of the fender and how it fits the inner frame was a struggle. If it's my Sportster, I say fuck it and cut the frame and make it match. But the guy asked for a bobbed fender and I took a chance to see if could make that one work easily then hope he likes it. If he didn't, then I could always bob the stock Sportster fender- no harm, no foul. Basically, the caveat was that the Softail fender required the frame to be much shorter than the bobbed Sportster fender.brad black said:i really like the turn up on the softail rear guard, pity it didn't make it. i'm trying to work out how to make one work with my next monster project.
I haven't understood a sentence less in about 30 years.irk miller said:To do so, I used two Zener 12V 5W Axial Diodes, and a 1KΩ 5% 1/2W resistor on the running lights circuit.
It's a light emitting diode, yes, but but when you run reverse flow on them they blow. Without the Zener diodes, the LED would have a very short life. Not all diodes act the same.Sonreir said:You're using an LED light, right? The lamp already is a diode.