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I use these mudguards on my cyclo-cross bike 700x35c and there is plenty of clearance. They work great in the wet , snow and especially well in the mud
By Stuart on 22 June 2017
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googled the bike, you might be better getting the mtb version of the mudguards, which arent so narrow. iirc the clamp was just a snap on clip and should fit. i replaced them with a sturdier set though since they wobbled around so much they where useless for me.
By W Heywood on 21 November 2016
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Yes screws and bolts for both front and back. Although had saw off as too long for my requirements. Perfect fit for hybrid bike.
By shopalot on 21 November 2016
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These mudgaurds are well constructed and have performed well since I fitted them, the only downside for me is that I fitted wider tyres and these are somewhat on the slim side but so far still functional. aside from that they are very functional
By Mr. S. P. Campbell on 10 December 2015
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The rear fender uses the upper rear fork support. You should have a pre drilled hole by the manufacturer there already. Then the front part of the rear fender is secured to the upbar riser bar by bungee and hook
By Kel on 11 March 2014
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