New Strutless Custom Rear Fenders Available from Demon's Cycle
Pompano Beach, FL, Jan 21, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Demon's Cycle Inc., a custom Harley motorcycle builder and custom motorcycle parts supplier, is pleased to announce the availability of its new strutless custom fenders for a variety of tire widths.
The latest additions to its line of fenders for Harley Davidson frames and custom applications are manufactured from heavy duty steel with a formed construction that has been reinforced for added strength.
The new strutless rear fenders come in four sizes: 13 inch for 280 and 300 wide tires, 11 inch for 240, 250 and 260 wide tires, 9 inch for 180 and 200 wide tires and 7.5 inch for 130,150 and 160 wide tires. All four types are suitable for Softail Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
"Our new strutless rear fenders eliminate the need for bolt-on struts," said Tom Steinbacher, owner of Demon's Cycle. "They are reinforced for extra strength and have a clean sweeping design that blends perfectly with the lines of the motorcycle."
Demon's Cycle strutless rear fenders are TIG welded and shaped to perfectly match the profile of the motorcycles wide rear tire. The reinforced design means the fender doesn't flex and won't split. They are also phosphate etched to help prevent corrosion.
About Demon's Cycle
Based in Pompano Beach, South Florida, Demon's Cycle is an multi-million dollar international custom motorcycle wholesale parts company. It was started more than nineteen years ago by Tom Steinbacher and has developed a reputation as a pioneer of radical motorcycle designs, euro style bikes and custom Harley chopper concepts. As well as building custom motorcycles and selling rolling chassis, Demon's Cycle specialize in the sale of custom parts for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. They offer a wide range of parts including handlebars, hand controls, tires, gas tanks, front and rear fenders, and turn signals.
Demon's Cycle Inc.
1407 SW 10th Ave.
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
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