OK, this one's a little weird. My 6'4", 195lb son just finished his MSF and we were practicing in a parking lot on a '07 XL1200C. We were doing some hard braking exercises when he heard a strange noise and then had the steering lock up. When we looked, the bottom rear of the front fender was hooked over and behind the voltage regulator! We had to remove the front fender and not-so-gently reshape it to get the front end to turn. The only mods to the front-end are Progressive springs in the front and a very thin HD chrome cover on the voltage regulator (just the thickness of a thin sheet of metal.) Admittedly he was really braking hard; but, I can't imagine that the front end would be designed with such close tolerances that a couple of mm of metal on the voltage regulator would cause the fender to hang up. Any thoughts?????