Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

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Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

Postby antipodean » Sun May 27, 2012 3:10 pm

Just back from a 3 hour trail ride, first ride using a Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0, wow what a product. Not one drop of water or mud found its way to my glasses or face.
Highly recommended.

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Re: Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

Postby Riggsbie » Wed Jun 27, 2012 11:38 am

Sounds good.....

Have you got any pictures of what it looks like once it's fitted ? I couldn't find any on the website link...

Thanks

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Re: Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

Postby mitzikatzi » Wed Jun 27, 2012 12:16 pm

Xplora wrote: Do not get cheap SPDs, your body will hurt you.

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Re: Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

Postby bychosis » Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:49 pm

4l of ice-cream, a pair of scissors and 3 cable ties later...
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Re: Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

Postby Sharkey » Fri Jun 29, 2012 8:42 pm

bychosis wrote:4l of ice-cream, a pair of scissors and 3 cable ties later...


I've been using a bit of plastic cut from a 5 litre oil container for 5 or 6 years now. It works and has lasted well. In fact, my fork has broken in that time and when I replaced it I moved the mud guard over to the new one.
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Re: Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

Postby CafeCruiser » Sun Aug 19, 2012 8:54 am

4l of ice-cream, a pair of scissors and 3 cable ties later...

On a $9600 MTB I prefer my T.H.E fender...
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Re: Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

Postby WashedUp » Sun Aug 19, 2012 9:26 am

CafeCruiser wrote:I prefer my T.H.E fender...

The T.H.E fender was the first real and sexy looking mudguard that I can recall, in it's day it had 'wow, cool' factor and came in black or carbon fibre look... Yum
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Re: Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

Postby Jean » Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:28 am

All the Bender Fender reviews talk about keeping the muck off you face, and there is sometimes mention of them also helping to keep stanchions and seals clean, but no one seems to note if they keep the muck off the bottom headset assembly. I imagine they probably would, but can anyone verify?
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Re: Mucky Nutz Bender Fender 2.0

Postby WashedUp » Sun Aug 19, 2012 3:42 pm

Jean wrote: if they keep the muck off the bottom headset assembly

T.H.E definitely does
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