Reproduction Honda CB400F complete chrome front fender. See fitment note below for the CB350 twin. This chrome fender shines as a new fender should. Your bike is ready for you to remove that dented, rusty old fender and install a shiny new one!
Comes with 2 mounting brackets, hardware to install the brackets and a rubber grommet to hold the speedometer cable.
It does not come with hardware to secure the fender to the forks.
4 1/8" wide fender, 5 1/8" widest point where the brackets attach to the forks.
Replaces Honda part numbers: 61100-377-000, 61100-333-000XW
NOTE: The 1977 CB400F came with a fender that only had the rear bracket. This fender can be used on a '77 but it isn't identical to how it came stock. If you use one bracket there will be 2 holes visible in the fender where the front bracket mounts.
NOTE: Also fits 1972-1973 CB350K twin. There are several differences from the stock fender. Since this fender is designed to allow for disc brake, the left bracket is shaped to allow for the caliper mounting bracket. This is hidden behind the fork so it doesn't affect the look of the fender. There is also a visible bracket on the left rear fender stay, it holds the brake hose on front disc models, that can be removed or left in place.
CB350F - 1972-1974
CB350G - 1973 (disc brake model)
CB350K - 1972-1973 (***See fitment note above***)
CB400F Super Sport - 1975-1977 ('77 models came with one fender bracket. See fitment note above)
Excellent OEM Replacement
Posted by Unknown on 3rd May 2019
This fender bolts right on and required zero modification and the chrome is show quality. Today's chrome prices are skyrocketing and this was a more economical solution to having the original fender re-chromed.
Good OEM Replacement except for fitment issue
Posted by Mike V. on 3rd Apr 2019
Restoring a '74 CB350F. Most of the chrome was in bad shape so was delighted to find this part here. Unfortunately, in bolting it up, I found the 'U' shaped supports are a bit longer than the OEM supports. The part can be fitted to the bike, but requires some force to fit the supports. Other than that, it looks great visually and compliments the rest of my project well.