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I have the rear one and even though it says it can be bonded only, realistically they still supply rivets for a reason. I don't have much confidence that it would last long without the rivets.


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Puig is building an extension for our front fender.
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Looks great. Plz let us know as you install.

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I have the rear one and even though it says it can be bonded only, realistically they still supply rivets for a reason. I don't have much confidence that it would last long without the rivets.


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Couldnít find the rear one on the website...can u plz post the link.
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Couldnít find the rear one on the website...can u plz post the link.
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I fitted one of these 2000 miles ago and fitted it the same way I've fitted loads of these type of things - mainly "fender extenders".

Bin the rivets, superglue either side of the sponge tape and press in place for a minute or so. I've never had one effected by speed, weather or washing, but you can still get them off when you need to. It will leave a small amount of superglue residue on the underside of the original guard but it's not visible and is better than drilling holes imo.

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I'm curious how well the rear one works. Based on the angle in their photos , I wonder if the rear tire will hit it when the suspension is travelling up and down. I can't recall if the section where the rear guard is staionary or if it moves with the rear suspension travel. It looks really close to the top of the rear tire.
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I'm curious how well the rear one works. Based on the angle in their photos , I wonder if the rear tire will hit it when the suspension is travelling up and down. I can't recall if the section where the rear guard is staionary or if it moves with the rear suspension travel. It looks really close to the top of the rear tire.
It's close but the whole assembly is mounted to the swinging arm so it moves at the same rate as the wheel - it doesn't touch. I fitted it before I've ridden it (0 miles) but can say I don't get soaked from behind like others have described who don't have one fitted.
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