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Mudguards for Mountain Bike £9.99 (Prime) / £13.98 (non Prime) free delivery Sold by VEQSKING and Fulfilled by Amazon.

£9.99 @ Amazon
good deal.... it is a good present for my son. he loves it much. Easy to install light weight and a good price. Read More
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banned7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
good deal....
it is a good present for my son. he loves it much. Easy to install light weight and a good price.
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banned7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
They look hardly any different to the ones found in pound stores
1 Like #2
It is a good present for your son if he loves it much!
#3
looking at the pictures on amazon it looks nasty. and at this price you are better of buying a crud catcher. the crud catcher race guard is the best you can buy and it's about the same price. and the mud guards in pound land are nasty too as they are made of the same cheap plastic and poor hinge system. the cheap plastic don't last long as it goes brittle over time and in the cold.
#4
winter_zombie
looking at the pictures on amazon it looks nasty. and at this price you are better of buying a crud catcher. the crud catcher race guard is the best you can buy and it's about the same price. and the mud guards in pound land are nasty too as they are made of the same cheap plastic and poor hinge system. the cheap plastic don't last long as it goes brittle over time and in the cold.

Depends on what you are looking for, I prefer not to MTB in the wet and therefore rarely use mudguards. I use a pair of poundland mudguards that I had to modify and secure with cable tie as front suspension forks do not have bolt hole and rear tubing is too big for mudguard fixings. For a pound I was happy to make the mods and know that if they break I don't really care, however if I were going to have permanent guards then yes these things are rubbish and certianly not worth the money Amazon are charging.
#5
I had mudguards like these. they are a little flimsy around the joint area. also got mine for half the price on eBay. took some time to be delivered but they do look the same. I'm not knocking your post op. but I think it's important that members know people's experience in relation to the products or services on the site.
#6
Loads of You tube vids for DIY
#7
£2.73 a few months back on Amazon

link
#8
I paid under £3 for EXACRTLYY these on eBay from UK seller with free delivery . They are OK for under £3 but would not pay more
#9
cadmus
I paid under £3 for EXACRTLYY these on eBay from UK seller with free delivery . They are OK for under £3 but would not pay more


have you got link to that
#11
Not mtb in the wet oO
Do you live overseas?
#12
bigdane22
cadmus
I paid under £3 for EXACRTLYY these on eBay from UK seller with free delivery . They are OK for under £3 but would not pay more
have you got link to that
sorry i did not see your comment . the seller has now sold out now but here for under £2 delivered but from china if you dont mind a few week wait . http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/381718421176?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Edited By: cadmus on Dec 09, 2016 06:52
#13
Baz8755
winter_zombie
looking at the pictures on amazon it looks nasty. and at this price you are better of buying a crud catcher. the crud catcher race guard is the best you can buy and it's about the same price. and the mud guards in pound land are nasty too as they are made of the same cheap plastic and poor hinge system. the cheap plastic don't last long as it goes brittle over time and in the cold.
Depends on what you are looking for, I prefer not to MTB in the wet and therefore rarely use mudguards. I use a pair of poundland mudguards that I had to modify and secure with cable tie as front suspension forks do not have bolt hole and rear tubing is too big for mudguard fixings. For a pound I was happy to make the mods and know that if they break I don't really care, however if I were going to have permanent guards then yes these things are rubbish and certianly not worth the money Amazon are charging.

""I prefer not to MTB in the wet "" so your a summer rider or you dont live in the uk ?!?! LoL
i think over 12 months im lucky if we have a warm month and so i may be clean and dry for a month but apart from that i always get some or alot of mud/water on me and the bike. english weather aint it great :) mountain biking at it best.
#14
winter_zombie
Baz8755
winter_zombie
looking at the pictures on amazon it looks nasty. and at this price you are better of buying a crud catcher. the crud catcher race guard is the best you can buy and it's about the same price. and the mud guards in pound land are nasty too as they are made of the same cheap plastic and poor hinge system. the cheap plastic don't last long as it goes brittle over time and in the cold.
Depends on what you are looking for, I prefer not to MTB in the wet and therefore rarely use mudguards. I use a pair of poundland mudguards that I had to modify and secure with cable tie as front suspension forks do not have bolt hole and rear tubing is too big for mudguard fixings. For a pound I was happy to make the mods and know that if they break I don't really care, however if I were going to have permanent guards then yes these things are rubbish and certianly not worth the money Amazon are charging.
""I prefer not to MTB in the wet "" so your a summer rider or you dont live in the uk ?!?! LoL
i think over 12 months im lucky if we have a warm month and so i may be clean and dry for a month but apart from that i always get some or alot of mud/water on me and the bike. english weather aint it great :) mountain biking at it best.
Plenty of MTB action April-October in UK, no need to get cold & wet. ;)

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