This post finalizes the procedure of removing and installing a front fender on a 2012 Harley Davidson Street Glide. As mentioned in the post on how to remove the fender, mine suffered damage at an event from somebody that didn’t have the decency to even leave a note apologizing for their carelessness. As in all aspects of life there are people who simply look out for themselves even if they are the cause of problems for others. Those people don’t have the honesty or integrity to admit to those they affect as being the cause of the swath of destruction they leave in their wake. Oblivious to the world and people around them, they take for themselves, look out for themselves, and will not take responsibility if the outcome will affect them in a negative manner. This was the type of person that caused damage to my bike.
Fortune however smiled upon my situation as being the innocent victim in this case. A very talented and honorable man saw my plight and offered his assistance. He repaired my fender and had it back to me completed within 4 days! The work was stunning showing his perfection of his trade. You could look into the beautiful gloss black seemingly forever. The reflection was deep and the paint was smooth and without flaw. Juan is a true professional in his trade and I am grateful to know him and entrust paint work to him.
Thank you Juan for taking care of my fender situation and showing there are people with integrity and honor that believe in helping others. I would recommend him to anyone that needs paint and body work done on their bike.