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  1. Re: Front fender angle with raked trees

    Now that you have seen that, look at everyone else's bike, from the factory they are all up in the front a little bit. Yours is just a little worse due to the rake. On my modern bike I lowered the front fender to the wheel with new brackets but during that process I also rotated the fender so the front of it is level. Looks 100% better, if you notice it. Either make new brackets, or if you are OK repainting the fender, drill out the rivets, rotate the fender into position and drill new holes, rivet and paint. Just depends on far you want to go to make look right to your eye. Good luck.
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    Re: Front fender angle with raked trees

    Being the weather is getting better I’ll probly forget all about the fender tipping up and just go ride.
    Thanks for the input and info.

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