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Thread: Fenders

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    Fenders

    Hey guys. I was wondering if anyone can tell me what kind of fenders these are.


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    Not sure of those exact fenders (front looks like the old Marzocchi fenders) but SKS makes some very similar called the Grand Dad (front) and Grand Mom (rear). Hope that helps some.

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