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SKS Velo 65 Mountain - Set de garde-boues - noir 2014 paire garde boue
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- Taille des roues : 26 "
- Profil largeur : 65 mm
- Poids : 263 g
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Description du produit
Quel que soit l'endroit où vous êtes en déplacement, si ville, forêt ou zone les défenseurs de cylindre de la série sks velo sont le compagnon idéal. La steckr adschützer peuvent être fixés avec la fixation universelle sur tubes de presque tous les cadres. • Taille des roues : 26 "• domaine d'utilisation : vélo de ville/trekking • Type : Set avant & arrière Dimensions • Profil largeur avant (max.): 65 mm • Profil largeur arrière (max.): 65 mm Poids • Totale : 263 g garde boues • Type : Garde-boue
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It literally took less than 10 minutes to install the fenders, and that includes using zip-ties for modifying mounting the rear fender to the frame and an additional zip to add support via the pannier rack. Please see photos for how I installed these fenders on a full suspension mountain bike.
The front fender seemed to have enough substance to it so it fit well (it was a bit tight due to the construction of the bike itself) I did have to slightly bend the metal slide/clip-in part... which helped with the fit. Now it fits well. Close... but well. The front fender seemed to be a bit stronger and less flexible than the rear fender.
The rear fender seemed a bit more flexible and thus floppy. There was not a place to attach the metal clip to the frame... so I used zip ties. Also, there was only one rubber grip to secure one of the plastic clip-on mounts to the frame for the rear fender. So I grabbed an O ring from my plumbing parts box and voila! Works beautiful for the upper clip. I then used a couple of zip ties to loop around the fender and through the pannier rack to give the fender just a bit more support. It seemed to sway from side to side, just moving the bike. I was afraid that the stress of the fender flopping around could cause it to fail... so I added the loop support with the zip-ties. I could make it look better by drilling two little holes for the ties to feed through the fender... but was opted not to do so.
We will see how they hold up to biking in Cambridge this winter. The bike is used for city riding. I will update this post on how well they work out.
The fenders come with a variety and abundance of nuts, bolts, washers, attachment brackets. I have an older solid frame Specialized RockHopper and the rear frame bracket necessitated drilling a small hole in the fender to fasten the fender with a bolt and washer at the top of the rear fork. Not a big deal; there were extra hex bolts provided that fit the preset frame mounting position for fenders. The whole mounting process was quick.
I did not buy the wire hoops as additional support for the fenders. This was not needed for the front fender; however, the back fender did not have the clearance nor rigidity and needed (for my bike) the additional lift up and back for the fender to not contact the rear tire. This problem was solved with fashioning the same basic hoop as you might purchase from a heavy coat hanger wire. Again, the abundance of screws/bolts and washers, just allowed for a simple eye hook at each end of the coat hanger to fasten it to the preset frame mount thread (for fender or back rack) and the coat hanger snaps into the clip on the inside of the fender that would be used by the commercial bracket. This is a lightweight and quick fix, and three weeks and >300 miles later still working.
- comes with 3 sizes of mounting bolts:too short, too long and neither here nor there - best have own lying around (hence people complaining about instructions, those are fine - bolts are bad)
- it really should have wire attachment to hold the far end, has the mountings but those you buy separate - front is rubbing unless you jack it all the way to the max and hope the screw holds in place