Steel Rear Bagger Fenders With Side Panels

baggerwerksrearfenders1Both “Bagger Werks” fenders feature full length side panels that cover strut and saddlebag gaps.

Available in smooth finish or with a set of 3 ribs, with or without cutout and license frame. They are designed for 2009-2012 FLHX Street Glide, FLTR Road Glide and FLHR Road King models.

If you order the cutout model it comes with a chrome full function License plate with LED turn signals, running and brake lights. Cutout fenders with the frame are $699.95 in smooth or ribbed and the non-cutout style goes for $510.95.  Sold by Paughco or call 775-246-5738

7 Responses to “Steel Rear Bagger Fenders With Side Panels”


  1. 1 skinny denny Jun 20th, 2014 at 11:17 am

    Paughco makes great stuff. I love their frames and springers.

  2. 2 Questions no Answers Jun 20th, 2014 at 1:32 pm

    Is there really any need for companies to rape all the customers? $500 or more for a fender, really, you can purchase a car quarter panel more material, and curves for $300. Isn’t it time for all these aftermarket companies and the motor company to stop raping customers? How can they justify 500% mark-up. How about parts for companies that are reasonably priced, all the yuppies have gone on to a new latest fad all of us real riders are fed up with the yuppy over priced parts.

  3. 3 Woody Jun 20th, 2014 at 2:29 pm

    @ q&a since you asked, pricing in any market is based on the size of the intended market, not they unit cost excluding tooling. Without sufficient return in a market where you can only hope to sell hundreds or thousands of something, mfrs. will simply make items that they can sell by the million. If I need a repro part for a WLA I realize I’m going to pay a hefty price to make it worth somebody bother to make that part instead of the same one for a Road King. Likewise if deciding on this FLH fender over one for some cars…

  4. 4 Doc Robinson Jun 20th, 2014 at 5:46 pm

    Nice! Paughco do quality products and i have used them for years, frames, springers, gas tanks etc, never had any complaints. Current bike build utilising a Paughco FXR-style frame.

  5. 5 SIGFREED Jun 21st, 2014 at 7:31 am

    I really like these.

    Rear fenders are structural parts more than most can imagine – steel is heavy, sure, but steel offers strength and ductility – iow fatigue resistance – like no other material.

    Plastics, fiberglass and aluminium are fatigue prone materials that do not offer longevity, in the manner steel does. The reason that certain pre-war motorcycles are still running today.

    Carbon-fiber or composites thereof are interesting, but hugely expensive and unless you are running a race machine, why the need for an uber-light machine.

    For the person that regards the journey as important as the destination, he/she wants a machine that will run at mellow speeds, with a sensible seating posture, that will run for decades.

    Steel fenders offer one other distinct advantage, they are more ‘useable’ for custom applications, ie easy to cut, bend and weld on.

    @Questions no Answers,

    It is called the FREE MARKET system – if you do not like the price then do not buy it (simple). Alternative – move to a communist country; trust me, you will be back in an instant and so, quickly make peace with the fact that there will always be something that you cannot afford.

  6. 6 QuestionsNoAnswers Jun 21st, 2014 at 4:33 pm

    That wasn’t the point I have seen and use fenders and parts from manufacturers that do offer the SAME part at a reasonable price. But the rub is that the yuppies and sheeple think that the SAME part that cost less is a inferior substandard part. Quality is worth the price, affording a quality part has never been a problem, But go figure this one out a headlight from HD is 4x the cost of the same exact part purchased from the manufacturer that makes it for HD, JP, and so on, Why is it that I guess most of the purchasers have more money than common sense. I will not and never have had a problem paying for quality, but I will do my footwork and find the OE manufacturer and buy from them. Another example it the interface for a aftermarket stereo from the OE manufacturer it is 30 bucks from HD JP, or any HD aftermarket source it is 130 to 175 for the same exact part. You can go and pay the extra. But they have always said “a fool and his money are soon parted”.

  7. 7 Woody Jun 22nd, 2014 at 9:09 am

    @ Q&A, good points, but unless they’re not actually making that fender and the people that are sell it on the side, it really doesn’t apply to the situation here. That’s also the whole point of the pricing on many MC or other low volume products-if it’s proprietary you often need a larger margin to make it worth the hassle of bringing to market. If you’re just using something made by others for a wider market like LED spots or even flashlight batteries, there can be higher total sales and lower unit prices.

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