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Mucky Nutz Face Fender Extra Large Mud Guard

31 Reviews
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Description

Ultimate protection from flying muck!

The Mucky Nutz Face Fender XL has the same rear half as the original - but extends further out the front to give maximum coverage. It's perfect for those really wet and sloppy days!

It'll fit all wheel sizes and also is fantastic for keeping your fork stanctions and seals clean.

They are easy to keep clean and being flexible let's it open out flat. 

The Face Fender Extra Large is perfect for any mountain bike from XC to DH.

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Reviews

4.6

Supprisingly good

by

Had my concerns as its thin and a little light weight but decided to give it a go and see how it performed.

Took it out on a filthy day in the rain and mud and it worked supprisingly well. Almost no crud in my face which made it easier to concentrate on the ride. I checked my glasses about an hour int the ride and had 4 spmall splatters of mudon tem.

A good choice

by

Nice product, lots of colours to choose from also and high quality.

Not Mucky

by

Keeps the mud and sludge out of your face, great for a muddy winter

Mucky nutz fenders

by -

Super easy to install and just as easy to remove.
No messing around, look good and do the job very well.

Stops mud and crap getting

by -

Stops mud and crap getting around the fork stanchions so it would reduce the amount of dirt around the seals, I guess that's a good thing. It doesn't stop crud being thrown up into your face. All in all pretty disappointed with it. I wouldn't recommend it even though the internet has some good write ups on this guard.

More coverage than marsh guard

by -

I put a mucky nutz XL on a pivot 429 trail, with a Fox 34 -130mm boost 29 fork. The Velcro or zip ties keep the fender very close to the fork. So no tyre buzz on a maxxis minion DHF 29x2.5.
With coverage out front and in the rear, I experience less mud splatter and debris flying up. Highly recommend it ????

Ratings & Reviews

31 reviews

Supprisingly good

by

Had my concerns as its thin and a little light weight but decided to give it a go and see how it performed.

Took it out on a filthy day in the rain and mud and it worked supprisingly well. Almost no crud in my face which made it easier to concentrate on the ride. I checked my glasses about an hour int the ride and had 4 spmall splatters of mudon tem.

A good choice

by

Nice product, lots of colours to choose from also and high quality.

Not Mucky

by

Keeps the mud and sludge out of your face, great for a muddy winter

Mucky nutz fenders

by -

Super easy to install and just as easy to remove.
No messing around, look good and do the job very well.

Stops mud and crap getting

by -

Stops mud and crap getting around the fork stanchions so it would reduce the amount of dirt around the seals, I guess that's a good thing. It doesn't stop crud being thrown up into your face. All in all pretty disappointed with it. I wouldn't recommend it even though the internet has some good write ups on this guard.

More coverage than marsh guard

by -

I put a mucky nutz XL on a pivot 429 trail, with a Fox 34 -130mm boost 29 fork. The Velcro or zip ties keep the fender very close to the fork. So no tyre buzz on a maxxis minion DHF 29x2.5.
With coverage out front and in the rear, I experience less mud splatter and debris flying up. Highly recommend it ????

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Mucky Nutz Face Fender Extra Large Mud Guard4878
Black5060325480562
Black - Blue5060325480395
Black - Orange5060325480418
Black - Red5060325480388

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