I got inspired by another thread and took a stab at raising my front fender. I like the protection that the stocker gives the fork seals so I thought I would attempt to make a bracket to raise it. I unbolted it, and slid it up and figured I could go up about 2 inches and not have to deal with the brake lines. Here are the pics. I made a small bracket out of aluminum, I shaped it to fit the inside of the fender and tapped it to recieve a screw. then I bent it to flare out to go to the stock mounting point. I drilled a new hole in the fender for the rear mounting bolt on each side and bolted it back up, brake lines and all. It is tight against the brake lines, but should be ok I think. I cycled the steering and suspension and seem to have enough clearance. I will test it a little, and then smooth up the brackets I made and probably paint them black so as not to stand out. I think it looks pretty good, I will post a pic or 2 from a greater distance later.