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Hi all bobber lovers....
I'm a new owner and I'm loving it. ... (I wonder why I still have the new Harley Davidson soft tail slim 2019 in my mind....).
I'm willing to install a short fender kit but it appears they are not omologated. does anyone know of an omologated kit to install? Also what kind of trouble does one encounter with non omologated fenders?
 

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Think In UK indicators need to be 180mm apart as minimum.
Wunderkind in Germany is EU compliant so by default OK for use in UK also.
Registration has to be at the rear of the bike but doesn't specify central so side OK and normally acceptable if adjacent to wheel Hub.
 

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Hi all bobber lovers....
I'm a new owner and I'm loving it. ... (I wonder why I still have the new Harley Davidson soft tail slim 2019 in my mind....).
I'm willing to install a short fender kit but it appears they are not omologated. does anyone know of an omologated kit to install? Also what kind of trouble does one encounter with non omologated fenders?
The problem for the UK is that the short fender kit come with US spec duel function indicator/brake lights that flash RED, replace them with EU spec lights from Rizoma, Kellermann, or Triumph's new EU spec DF lights that flash Amber and you're good to go!

This may also true for other EU countries but some have tougher rules for side mounted plates. In Germany (looking at their aftermarket stuff) I believe they need to be almost level with the back wheel and in Spain from what I've been told they're banned completely on new bikes! :frown2:

Like Eisen says it all depends on where you come from???
 
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