Syncros Trail 34SC Fender

Syncros Trail 34SC Fender
Syncros Trail 34SC Fender
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Trail 34SC Fender by Syncros
Designed to work specifically with FOX 34 step cast forks, the Syncros Trail Fender is here to keep splash and spray from the trail to a minimum. It's made from a lightweight, impact-resistant composite material for added durability, and the two-bolt mount with included Torx screws and tools ensures a clean, sharp aesthetic and assembly.

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SKU: YNS001P
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