DME Front Fender Lowering Brackets allow you to gain more clearance between the top of your fender and the bottom of your cowling. They work great for owners switching to 100/60-16 (or smaller) tires, 16″ Marvic or BST Wheels.
Three Adjustable Positions – Lowers .35″, .65″, and .95″
- Kawasaki ZX-10 / 2011-2020 (sku807)
Two Adjustable Positions – Lowers .4375″ and .75″
- Suzuki Hayabusa Gen1 (sku806)
- Suzuki Hayabusa Gen2 & Gen3 (sku805)
- Suzuki GSX-R1000 / 2001-2008 (sku805)
One Position – Lowers .75″
These are angled forward so they don’t rub the back of the fender while matching the tire’s radius. Made for 100/80-16, 80/80-16 or smaller tire.
- Suzuki Hayabusa Gen2 & Gen3 (sku809)
- Suzuki GSX-R1000 / 2001-2008 (sku809)
- Comes with mounting hardware.
- Sold as a set.
- Simply remove your stock fender and bolt these up to the forks. Then bolt your fender back on.
- Note: It may be necessary for some front fenders to be trimmed for clearance to the radiator on lowered bikes.
- Not sure how low to go?
We recommend taping a 10mm socket (3/8″ – 1/2″ diameter) to the tire and making sure the tire can spin with the fender bolted on. If the socket hits, the tire is too close to the fender. As the bike speeds up, the tire will grow and it can rub on the inside of the fender if it’s too low.
- What do I do with the rear fender bolts?
The rear fender bolts are no longer used with the lowering brackets. Four bolts are enough to keep the fender on with speeds up to 214 mph – Track Tested!