Overview of Abrew Weld on Gas Tank Extensions - AF120
Installation is recommended for experienced professionals only. If tanks have a sealer in them, installation will cause the sealer to peel from tank. Remember to pressure check tanks before resealing and painting.
(1) Left extension
(1) Right extension
(4) Filler panels
Cross reference number(s):07010095
Specs for Abrew Weld on Gas Tank Extensions - AF120
Fitment for Abrew Weld on Gas Tank Extensions - AF120See if this part fits your ride
Part 182740 fits the following machines
There are also no recommendations for seat fitment, so you're left on yoru own figuring out a seat whose nose would completement the curve of the tank. Other companies will recommend a seat (their own or others).
The metal is not protected, so it started rusting a couple of weeks after sitting on the shelf awaiting assembly.
The design is also poor, the ends of the tank flare out, so they are poking into your inner thighs constantly and force you to spread your legs much more than naturally comfortable. Not recommended for short riders. Daddy (very) long legs may be OK with that. We tried to manipulate how we weld it, to tuck the ends in, to no avail.
I googled the manufacturer to find a number so I can get advice and recommendations. Nowhere to be found. I hope they see this and contact me. Bill (201) 294 0068
Two positive things:
I have to give credit to the look, the long stretch is awesome, better looking than most stretched tanks
The prices is low (although for 6 pieces of cheap metal, I wonder what the cost is like). WIth a couple of hundreds and some sweat equity, you have a $1,200 - $1,500 tank.
To me downsides are too big to ignore or to recommend this tank extension. Sorry Abrew