When you search eBay for rear KL250 fenders you are presented with 44 year old used fenders that look awful. How do you deal with cracks and sunfaded plastic? I saw two for around 30 bucks and they were toast.
I now make replica rear fenders. They are made from fiberglass which normally would be a bad idea but Kawasaki has a metal under-fender which completely protects my glass fender. My fenders aren’t cheap because molding costs and resin are high post-COVID. I’ve kept my margins as low as possible as a result. If you want a really nice looking fender for you KL, these may enhance your bike. As time goes by, I will have them in stock. I won’t be making fronts because there a huge source of plastic fenders from which to choose.
I will sell my rears in KL red and KL blue and white if you want to paint yours a non-standard color. Thanks to one of my KL friends, Jeff Beneduci in Bloomingburg, NY, I now have a blue KL color sample so I can make them in blue. I sell them in two configurations: one with the original holes or just plain with no holes.
|Fender, white plain||$110|
|Fender, white holes||$120|
|Fender, color plain||$130|
|Fender, color holes||$140|
If these can be a help to you, Contact me at 952-607-6063 or