How to Make Bike Fenders
Adapting to your needs should be an easy matter of seeing how to make the attachment work. My bike had a place to drill a small hole for the front fender to attach to the bottom of the headset column.
I tested this in big puddles and remained dry. Wider or narrower metal strips are available at the hardware store.
Parts list: two aluminum strips, 1/8" thick, 1 inch wide and 36" long; two angle brackets (one inch); 10x24 stainless steel bolts: four at .50", one at 1.5"; 5 nylon bushing locknuts and washers. Total cost was about $16.50 at Ace Hardware. Scope out your fastener situation to get the correct bolt lengths.
Front fender mount with L bracket and nylon bushing lock nut on stainless steel 10x24x3/4" for fender bolts.
Rear view of front fender mount with L bracket and two locknuts on stainless steel bolts, size 10x24x1.5" for frame bolt and
10x24x3/4" for fender bolts. Lockwasher on frame bolt helps keep it steady.
If your bike does not have a rack then you will have to work out a different attachment system, but the fender holds its shape nicely through its bend.