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    Low pro fenders for 200x

    Hey fellow trikers. I bought a set of low pro fenders for my 200x a while back. While repairing them I noticed a card on the bottom of them. Can someone help me out with these things. All comments are welcomed. And they ain't for sell. Lol

    the only time I will be easy is when I'm killed by death

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    the only time I will be easy is when I'm killed by death

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    SRP are a nice set of fenders. I think famed atc racer Dean Sundahl owned that company. I believe Team Honda used those back in the day. Nice score.
    250r rules

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    Thanks wondered why there was a business card on the bottom lol.

    the only time I will be easy is when I'm killed by death

  5. #5
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    SRP (Sundahl Racing Performance), it was Dean Sundahl's company.

    Excellent fenders and I couldn't give a set away a couple months back.
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    Need something blasted or polished or both? Send me a PM

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    Still got em

    the only time I will be easy is when I'm killed by death

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    I build all the old one from 83-84 250r , 85-86 250r , 85-86 350x and the ones like you have for the 83-85 200x, all in white, black or red.


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  8. #8
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    They are nice mickey.

    the only time I will be easy is when I'm killed by death

  9. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by flynfish View Post
    They are nice mickey.

    the only time I will be easy is when I'm killed by death

    Thanks, it turned out to be one of the most rewarding things I had built when I see all the racers building old school race trikes again like I did my Team Honda 200x.


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  10. #10
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    One of the latest sets on a 84' 250r is ready to hit the track in Breezwood Pa. this weekend.

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  11. #11
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    Are these plastic or fiberglass/composite? And do you build to sell or for your own use? How much for 200x white if you sell them. Thanks man!

  12. #12
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    Holy dead thread Batman....you might just wanna hit up ol’ onelap and see if he’s got any left.
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    Need something blasted or polished or both? Send me a PM

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