Mucky Nutz fender Bender Fitting??
I’ve fitted mine with the velcro and it’s very secure. I had longer lengths around the fork legs than the brace. I just wrapped it around the fork leg with a couple of centimetres overlap and cut 2 strips this length.Then cut remaining velcro into 3 equal strips for the brace. Simple and it’s a brilliant mudguard. Better than the neo and importantly, keeps the stanchions clean 😀Posted 6 years agoKryton57Subscriber
The instructions should be on the underside of the fender on a sticker.
IIRC The two stantion lengths should be 30mm overlap, the remainder (over the fork brace) 3 equal lengths.
Get the stantion bits on first loosely, then the other three with the velco soft side toward you beloved paintwork, as tight as you like.Posted 6 years agoI_AcheMember
I had my first ride with mine yesterday and must say I am very very impressed. At first I thought something was wrong because as i rode down a fire trail there were lots of little tings turned out to be loads of little stones hitting it. I had never noticed little stones being flicked up on this bit of trail, just goes to show how much it is likely to stop being flung up.
As a bonus to not getting a muddy face I also didn’t get muddy fork seals.Posted 6 years agostevedeMember
Fitted one of these last week and i’m impressed, not usually a fan of fender style mudguards but this manages to be minimal enough not to bother me. Previously had rrp neoguards fitted for years but did notice the build up of crap on the fork brace and around the seals so decided to try the mucky nutz, simple but effective and very reasonably priced (yes you could make one but thats the same with the neoguard).Posted 6 years ago
Interested to see what mojo/fabien barel have been working on, the protos i’ve seen look a bit odd and i read somewhere (can’t remember where so take with a pinch of salt) a quoted price of over £50!ask1974Member
Considering the cost of most bike parts, these are a steal! Rode through some truly grotty mud yesterday and didn’t foul the wheel at all. I used to suffer really badly with crud flying into my eyes and stubbornly refused to wear glasses, so these have been a revelation.
Oh, and cable ties as mentioned above.Posted 6 years agoandylMember
Bought one, well got someone to buy me one as a present (free postage at bike mongers too). Yes I could make one but credit where credit is due for the originality and not taking pi$$ with the pricing in the first place. Great cheap gift idea.
Will probably photocopy it in case I rip it off and wreck it and want to make out of a different plastic but not going to rip off their design and make my own from the outset.Posted 6 years ago
They are brilliant wee things, the only time any of my bikes ever goes out without one is when it’s got a bigger mudguard on.
Anyone else found the white ones seem a wee bit brittle btw? I’ve had 3, 2 black ones and one white and the black ones are going strong but the white one cracked after not a lot of use.Posted 6 years ago
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