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    New question here. Non-eyelet mudguards for 29er with good coverage


    I just ordered a Scott Aspect 950 which I plan on using for commuting and casual trailing and was wondering if there are any good mudguard options available. I have seen the Topeak DeFender XC1/XC11-29er set but it seems like it will not provide good enough coverage after rain. I guess the SKS X-blade is a more economical equivalent. However, I was hoping to find something that covers the front of the read tire a little better, something like this without the eyelets (unless there is a better solution).

    This is the first bike I've bought in years, so if anyone has a solution that doesn't require drilling or something, that would be great. Thanks!

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    Non-eyelet mudguards for 29er with good coverage

    I run a Marsh Guard up front, it works great & weights noting.

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