You are entering a custom project (but you already knew that,
right?). This means some cutting and trimming may be required.
The right way to start any decent project is taking the correct
measurements, so here's some hints.
rim size do you have? Common vintage (street) diameters are 18"
and 19". This determines the radius of the
fender. Some 19" fenders will fit an 18" wheel quite
nicely, the other way around doesn't usually work. Rim
size will be indicated on the side of the tire.
All dirt fenders and most frame mounted rear fenders have so much
tire clearance that rim size doesn't matter, so it will not be
width fender do you need? It needs to clear the tire and fit between
the forks. The mounting tabs (where applicable) on most fenders
have some give so they can be bent in or out slightly if necessary.
The width measurement on our website indicates the width at the
much coverage do you want? We've started to list length along
the fender so you can put a tape measure on your tire and compare.
Remember our parts are fiberglass so easily trimmed if you want
a shorter look.