Harley-Davidson 3703-36 and 3703-39 Front Fenders from Replicant Metals

New from Replicant Metals are the 3703-36 and 3703-39 front fenders used on early Flatheads and Knuckleheads which have been painstakingly recreated just as Harley-Davidson originally designed and engineered them previous to WWII. These fenders incorporate the features of the Art Deco 1934-36 VL airflow style mudguard, plus the necessary simplifications that Harley-Davidson used to meet growing transportation demands and establish the hallmark HD look.

Replicant Metals has enlisted one of the foremost tool and die teams in the galaxy to offer what may be the finest clone in history of these iconic fenders.

The following photos document the serious attention to detail that has been paid to all aspects of the production of these fenders.

The eye catching “Cat Smile” front tip.

The flourish at the rear of the fender.

Rolled rod braces with the proper width and thickness and cleanly radiused edges that are accurately bent to clearance the rockers. Laser cut brackets which are attached to the braces with rivets clenched by properly formed heads.

Side valances formed with the definitive rolled edge that was signature to the HD Knucklehead and Flathead fenders, securely spot welded to the main body.

The fork hanger reinforcement plate and bolt embossed divots are spot welded in appropriate locations.

The fender body is precisely attached to the braces with truss head rivets and correctly shaped heads. The 3703-36 version as depicted in these photos has the proper identifying “butterfly” spot welded across the front and rear brace as was the practice for 1936, 37 and very early 38. There was a running-year change and that detail was subsequently deleted.

Replicant Metals and their seasoned subcontractors are proud to supply possibly the finest fender to be offered since the OEM supply was liquidated.

If your machine deserves the best, then you require these great new fenders from Replicant Metals.