Bobber style bike with two seats?
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    Bobber style bike with two seats?

    Hey Everyone, I am looking for a new rear fender for my 2007 Suzuki M50 as I dislike the factory one, but I am trying to maintain two seats on the bike. What options do I have? Has anyone cut the original fender to change the look, but retain the second seat? Any help would be great! Looking forward to gaining knowledge from you guys!

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    to the forums from Arkansas Do a search.There is a thread for modding the rear fender. Not sure about the pillion seat though.
    If you can't dazzle 'em with brilliance,Baffle 'em with Bulls!!t!

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    Strictly speaking it wouldn't be a bobber then. . .
    By the strictest sense of the "bobber" term, a bobber is a single-seat bike.

    But as for personal interpretation, its up for you to determine what you truly want. . .

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    Maybe he can call it bobberish
    If you can't dazzle 'em with brilliance,Baffle 'em with Bulls!!t!

    Roadburner Street Pro's on my M http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hf0IYPcoiVc

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    I'm just curious as to why you acquired the bike if you don't like the fender? I actually like the original design of the M50. Now they just look like mini M109R's. I think someone researched whether the newer fender design would straight up fit on the older style, and I believe it doesn't, but I don't know about if modifying it will work.
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