The people that have made custom tractors here generally make the fenders themselves. It probably will not be something you can buy and bolt on. If the tractor is for your son leave it as a wide front tractor as narrow fronts are very tippy. Another option would be to start with a 1968 and newer 110 as that will have flat top fenders. Lastly welcome to WFM. Roger
Check yesterday's tractor, maybe two or three yrs ago.
I think that's where I saw a real nice set made by a guy who made jigs to bend the edges and the main bend. They looked real great and he had pics to show how to do,it.
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