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Mucky Nutz Face Fender Mud Guard

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17 reviews

Best on the market.


Honestly the best looking guard on the market. You can hear them working on the front and rear. Every time I hear them getting flicked with whatever, "I'm thinking that's not paint work".

Not much to say...


These work, well. They're slightly bigger than alternatives, and come with velcro straps for installation (easier and more versatile than the usual cable tie "solution". I keep coming back to these... 4 stars because there's no such thing as perfect!

It will do the job but not the best fit to a Lyrik.

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They're a good thickness but don't like how the layout fits the bike. Where it attaches to the fork lowers the angles are off and it's a bit too high meaning the velcro has to go around where it tapers down from the seal/bridge part to the lowers. Running it on a Lyrik. Had a Marsh Guard in the past and wish I got one of them again instead.

No more Mucky Nutz

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The fender was a great light weight addition to my new Dually. It is a well designed bit of kit that screams function before fashion. The fender is a good size and shape that will mould well to any fork top and brace. I did elect to use cable ties for the mounting instead of the supplied Velcro. The fender keeps the mud off your mug and provides protection around your forks as well

Great looking guard easy to fit

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So far the Mucky Nutz guard has held up well for the first few rides. It's made of good solid plastic and much sturdier that the A4 folder cover one I have made myself in the past. I used cable ties instead of the supplied Velcro as I'm unlikely to remove them very often.

Faster without mucky nuts

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My Mucky Nutz mud guard helped me go heaps faster in the wet and kept my nuts unmucky. Sadly I was going so fast I travelled well faster than my ability, went over the bars and dislocated my AC joint. Luckily I had my new Giro Montaro helmet on (see next review).

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