This is my first guide, so please bear with me. Also I am not responsible for anything you do in regards to building, damage, legal, and using this.
My friend wanted to buy a fender elim kit but didn't want to pay the bucks, so instead we started drinking in the garage as we prepare the bikes for winter. Bright idea formed. I had some extra things laying around so we thought we try and build one ourselves. This bracket will be attached to your exhaust pipe. Here's what we found that would be needed.
1. 1 (approx 2in) wire fence pole bracket. (3/4 cup design)
2. 1 (approx 1in) wire fence gate bracket. (1in gate hinge circle type)
3. 2 (approx 6in total length) l brackets (the stronger/thicker type)
4. 4 bolts and nuts (7/16 is what was used here)
5. 4 lock washers for the above bolts.
6. 1 washer for one of the above bolts.
This photo just gives you the idea of things needed. (some pieces have been straighten and cut in this photo.
The additional l bracket in this photo just shows you what it looks like before any thing done to it. Take on L bracket and straighten it. After you do that place your license plate on it and using a marker, mark where the license bolts go and drill them close to center as possible. Take the second L bracket and cut half off each side leaving the L and the two holes in it. Take the smaller wire fence gate bracket and straighten it. After you do that leaving the square whole side place in on the other wire fence bracket and mark where the second hole is and drill it.
You'r pieces should look something like this.
Using those pieces and the nuts and bolts place the pieces together to look like this.
Test fit onto your bike without cranking down the bolts. This is just a rough fit to make sure it will fit around your bike's exhaust, and alignment. We took our slip on exhaust to get you better pics, and it made it a lot easlier to put on. The exhaust came off with the removal of the two spings, and a slight pull.