always pictured you as much taller!
How do you find the balanceof the bike with so much rear weight? that trials tire must be smooth riding but heavy!
There's only about 2-3mm , but enough space for there to be no rubbing. I had to widen the rear mud guard for it to fit over the tyre. I used a heat gun on the plasitic and molded it over the tyre once warm. Then attached it to the swigarms and then heated each side while shoving some screwdriver handles between the tyre and the inside of the mudguard. It now fitsQuokka wrote:How much clearance do you have from the rear tire to the swing arm? Must be getting close wirh that monster. Rear tire looks super tough
Doctorbass wrote:Very cool build!
I haven't found a good solution as yet for a front guard, but yes, i do need one as my face takes a lot of crap. Rear mudhugger is good for up to a 23" diameter moto tyre. I have been looking for a front 'THE Industires' front guard for my manitou forks but cannot get one in U.KWheazel wrote:Cool build, but I don't get how you can ride without a full mudguard setup.
I find bikes close to useless without em.
I had my years of cold and wet ass on my road hybrid. Never again.
the12be wrote:https://www.cyclesolutions.co.uk/the-in ... /b722/c258
I am also looking for a The front mudguard but can only find this one but I am also looking at this
https://www.google.co.uk/?gfe_rd=cr&ei= ... start=40&*
As I have 300mm travel super monster T's forks
hope this helps you and if you find a set of the old The guards point me in that direction please ill do the same
Never been up that way, opposite side of the country to me, but it looks pretty awesome. I have to make my own trails and try and stay stealth under cover in the woods wherever possible.the12be wrote:Thanks I am thinking on just using a topeak xc1 and turning the mounts upside down and clamping them to the top part of the forks may just work
ps have you tried taking your bike to llandegla mtb park red route (11 miles) I love that place flowing route perfect for big e-bikes in my opinion
Jonboy wrote:Howdy Bro.. where's that track And? waw a winter has passed & we haven't been out bog snorkeling! Light nights are coming.. hey some time soon, have to give it some hell on the fire roads if u like...
ljbuzz wrote:where is that track you found.
I ended up making one out of a spare rear mudhugger guard. I xhopped it down a bit and heated the plastic sides and moulded them around the top of my forks. I will try and put up a photothe12be wrote:found that front guard but can't get it in UK
https://the-industries.com/collections/ ... -fender-dh
I will email them see if I can get it
Hi mate, i,m in S.Wales. My bike looks like this at present...spektrolyte wrote:At last. UK guys with eBikes!
I'm in the Forest of Dean. planning on building a FUTR. This is all new to me, could use some experienced folk to hook up with.