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Please help! 1999 Harley Davidson dyna low rider custom

 
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Old 01-11-2019, 06:59 AM
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My nephew has a 1999 Harley Davidson dyna low rider custom, itís been an impossible crusade finding a back fender for it some lady backed up on him in a parking garage and messed it up. What is comparable? Is there any other type fender that is the same that will fit all the dimensions?
Iím sorry if this post bothers anyone Iím just an aunt trying to get her 19 year old nephews first bike closer to being fixed the best I can

 
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:47 AM
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Part number 59654-99ZC .. and it's going to be tough to find a good used one. New they are around 500 bucks new.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 11:41 AM
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That looks like the Lazer Pearl red w/vivid black in lay part#59654-99ZH no longer available.. I don't even think the paint is available. I have the same paint scheme on my 98 and was told by a local dealer it was not.. however I was told you can still get the primed fender but will have to find a body shop with the proper paint codes to mix up a pint..
 
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Originally Posted by Carolyn Zuzworsky View Post
Iím sorry if this post bothers anyone Iím just an aunt trying to get her 19 year old nephews first bike closer to being fixed the best I can
Sounds like you're an awesome aunt! It's difficult to tell how much damage there is from the picture, but it might be worth having a body shop look at it... If you can find a shop that still repairs body panels instead of just replacing everything, maybe it can be made straight... But again, I can't really see how bad it is.
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 12:13 PM
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eBay might be worth checking out. As was said getting a used one with that paint scheme might be difficult but you can get luckey sometimes. Don't be scared to say questions. You are an awesome aunt
 
 


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