Gozzard fenders A++

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I got my Gozzard fenders about 2 weeks ago.. They are really nice.. and fit really well . Clamped them on first and bolted them up.. They are made from about 1/4inch fiberglass.. I put 2 bolts in them and stood on the fender and they barely flexed. They are tough and I highly reccomend anything from Mike Gozzard. Took a look at his tubs while I was there and when the time comes I know I will be getting one from him.. So If there is any doubters out there, don't doubt and just get them..
 

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Pics stiffler, pics....
 

buckroseau

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Ditto on the Gozzard product.

I have his Tub, Fenders and rear doors. I've had them on my rig now for about a year and a half of driving. The guy is a craftsman that's for sure. Extremely beefy also.
 
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i had a chance to see his amby doors at gsmtr one year and it was pretty brutus...don't think they'll be any lighter than the steel...they're build to be as tough.
 

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Lighter, shmlighter. They don't rust and are tough. Good enuff for me. If I wanted light I'd buy a Samurai. They look nice too. Hmm, might need a tub for my '73, as the more I look at it the more it looks like it's mostly made of rust.
 
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Only problem with glass is that it's not structurally sound! Plus have fun fixing the fenders when you smash into a rock with them. They do look nice! I just wouldn't put them on my '78. They would be great for a pavement pounder.

later

Ryan
 
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