SKS Mud-X Downtube Fender

SKS Mud-X Downtube Fender
SKS Mud-X Downtube Fender
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Mud-X Downtube Fender by SKS
The SKS Mud-X Downtube Fender is a simple, old-skool fender that is as simple as it is effective. It's curved plastic, with a channel on the back for a bike's down tube, two rubber ties, and a foam pad. The plastic keeps the mud at bay, the channel makes the fender easy to fit to the downtube, the ties hold it in place and the foam pad both prevents scratching the frame and twisting the fender. Color is Black. Weight is 90g.

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SKU: SKS0037
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