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So today I was doing some chain maintenance and giving the bike a wash when I decided to go ahead and disassemble the rear fender. After doing so i realized that it would be super simple to make a fender eliminator usimg existing pieces and a sheet of metal. So that's what I did. I spent a total of 15 bucks on this. 10 for the snips, 3 for the metal and 2 dollars on a drink and some chips.
 

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If you could just take some crappier photos of it.... then nobody would know what the heck they are looking at.
 

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If you could just take some crappier photos of it.... then nobody would know what the heck they are looking at.
And here I was afraid to say the same thing and be an *******. I mean nobody is expecting Ansel Adams quality photos on a forum, but come on!!
 

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If you could just take some crappier photos of it.... then nobody would know what the heck they are looking at.
Tbh there's not much to look at. Wasn't really trying to post pictures of the bracket itself as i didn't take any of the bracket off the bike. The pictures are to just show what it looks like on the bike. If you want pictures of a piece of metal bent at 90° with 6 holes drilled in it I'll upload pictures of that.
 

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Tbh there's not much to look at. Wasn't really trying to post pictures of the bracket itself as i didn't take any of the bracket off the bike. The pictures are to just show what it looks like on the bike. If you want pictures of a piece of metal bent at 90° with 6 holes drilled in it I'll upload pictures of that.

It's the effort that counts and besides, YOU DONE GOOD!
 
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