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As we all know most parts are interchangable between the Bonnie and the Thrux but does anyone know if the short fender will work on either bike?
 

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It should fit both bikes - and the scrambler as well.
 

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Ever seen one in person? I'm wondering if it's a $175 short if you know what i mean.
 

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Nope, don't know what you mean, but Hermy's has them for $157 - the 68 series, which I believe fits all the retro models. Could call them up - or better yet, cut yours if you don't like it. That is free!
Where are you in NJ? I'm in Middletown.
 

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I think you'll find that the short rear fender kits contain what is effectively a Thruxton mudguard, along with the reflector and bracket needed to mount it when replacing the long fender on a Bonneville or T100. If you've got a Thruxton, you've got this stuff already.
 

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HAHA I meant is it worth the money. I'm wondering how short it really is compared to the stock. I found one on Ebay for $155. Thanks for the Hermy's headsup that good to know!
 

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You're confusing me. I assume from your forum name that you have a Thruxton? The 68 "short" fender is the same as a standard Thruxton fender.
 

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And the short mudguard is now used on the new 09 Bonnies and SE's ... The T100 is the only retro bike left that has the full rear fender ...
 

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You're confusing me. I assume from your forum name that you have a Thruxton? The 68 "short" fender is the same as a standard Thruxton fender.
Sorry PAAS I had replied before I saw your response. Yes I have an 05 Thruxton. Thanks for clarifying and potentially saving me time and aggrevation.
 

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Sorry PAAS I had replied before I saw your response. Yes I have an 05 Thruxton. Thanks for clarifying and potentially saving me time and aggrevation.
No problem. Glad to be of help.
 
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