Mudguard / Fender Mounts (parametric)

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Mudguard / Fender Mounts (parametric) by leemorton123 Nov 4, 2011
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My bike was manufactured with all the usual mounting holes on it everywhere except they somehow forgot to put on the bits that attach a mudguard. Just as well it was almost half price or I'd be really angry. Its on now so no more wet bum for me.


Because these don't mount as close to the centre of the wheel as the proper ones some adjustment may have to be done to the wires that support the mudguard. I had to cut off the plastic safety things and push the wire about two inches above the top. If anyone has any ideas as to interesting things that can be mounted to two pointy bits of wire on the back of a bike let me know in the comments.

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Now we need printable mud guards ;)

I've been thinking about doing printable fenders a lot lately..

Yes!! I wish I could print mine the way I want them!!! I get very small offerings on market for mud guards here where I live :-(

Very interesting! There are some bicycles that simple are not made to have mudguards! Thinking and doing like you is a great solution!

Thanks for sharing ;-)