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Front Mudguard suggestions please

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 The Potato 07 Jan 2022

Bit of an unusual request, looking for a mudguard for a MTB rigid fork that can take up to 2.2" tyres (700 or 29" same difference)

Ideally full coverage or as much as possible. 

A lot of the roadie type ones won't go that wide, and the MTB type ones fit on the fork bridge, which this doesn't have.

 nniff 07 Jan 2022
In reply to The Potato:

https://www.wiggle.co.uk/zefal-no-mud-universal-mudguard?lang=en&curr=GBP&dest=1&sku=520961&utm_source=google&utm_term=&utm_campaign=&utm_medium=base&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIx4q75-yf9QIVEeJ3Ch1fJAoNEAQYASABEgLnePD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

I've had one of these on a 24 inch folder (but don't read anything into that).  It does of course dwarf the 23mm tyre and the wheel, but it works and it's taken a real battering over many years.

 The Potato 07 Jan 2022
In reply to nniff:

That might work thanks, no coverage on the front though, don't know if that might be an issue

 nniff 07 Jan 2022
In reply to The Potato:

It's not a problem with rain water on the road....

 Dave B 07 Jan 2022
In reply to nniff:

It's what I use too on my suspension forks.

It's surprisingly effective. Not  as good as a proper one, but OK. 

 LastBoyScout 07 Jan 2022
In reply to The Potato:

Got this one on my wife's MTB:

https://www.chainreactioncycles.com/topeak-defender-m1-clip-on-front-mudguard/rp-prod32471

I like it, as the ends unclip easily to get the bike in the car.

 The Potato 07 Jan 2022
In reply to LastBoyScout:

Thanks Ive looked at that in the past but unfortunately the fork doesnt have a hole under the steerer tube. I hadnt mentioned that I know.

 mikefergy 07 Jan 2022
In reply to The Potato:

I recently got some SKS BLUEMELS 75 U mudguards for my rigid 29er MTB, and they seem pretty good. 

 The Potato 08 Jan 2022
In reply to mikefergy:

That might work thanks


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