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Thread: New Maier Rear Fenders 82-83 Honda ATC200E, 84 ATC200ES Big Red & 84-85 ATC200M

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    Thumbs up New Maier Rear Fenders 82-83 Honda ATC200E, 84 ATC200ES Big Red & 84-85 ATC200M

    The day has arrived. A great big thanks to Jason Maier and his team for making this happen!

    Proper pictures of the product to go up on the site within a few day. Here is the link;


    https://maier-mfg.com/82-83-honda-at...r-fenders.html


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    This is great news!

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    Where's the pictures

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    Pretty amazing. Great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wellys88 View Post
    Where's the pictures
    Pictures will be updated when returned from the digital artist.

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    Update... Picture of the product has been updated.

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    Ooooo, they look nice. I really like the fact that they didn't do the textured finish along the top. I imagine they did that out of simplicity and ease of making them but it actually looks better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    Ooooo, they look nice. I really like the fact that they didn't do the textured finish along the top. I imagine they did that out of simplicity and ease of making them but it actually looks better.
    Yea for vacuum molding it's not possible to have such small details like that (as of yet). Smoother can be better and easier to work with.

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    Nicely done - they look awesome.
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    I'm not spending $300 for fenders on my $500 trike.







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    That is awesome. thank you Maier! I'll be purchasing a set for my 200M at some point in the very near future!
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    I always thought the LEFT rear fender of the '83 200E and '84 200ES were not interchangeable due to cutout variations for subtrans???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big G View Post
    I always thought the LEFT rear fender of the '83 200E and '84 200ES were not interchangeable due to cutout variations for subtrans???
    I don't know for sure. But the part number for the oem fender spans accross those models. I would assume they fixed the issue with the later versions of the fender.

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    Got mine ordered today. Little SNAFU with online orders so I called. Talked to the guy for a bit, straight from his mouth they are going to be carrying these for foreseeable future but once the current inventory is gone, they will be modified for the ES subtranny. Mine is an E and I don't think they were cut were they? I don't have rears for this build to look at. I rarely if ever use low range anyway.

    I will post some pics and a review once they come in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    Got mine ordered today. Little SNAFU with online orders so I called. Talked to the guy for a bit, straight from his mouth they are going to be carrying these for foreseeable future but once the current inventory is gone, they will be modified for the ES subtranny. Mine is an E and I don't think they were cut were they? I don't have rears for this build to look at. I rarely if ever use low range anyway.

    I will post some pics and a review once they come in.
    You'll have to post pics of what the issue is with the sub tranny. The fenders I provided were one of the last generations gor the ES. So there should be no issue. The model number was then updated to span all models from the 200e to the es.

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