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    Meta AM / SX mud guard

    is there any chance that commencal will make the mud guard for Meta AM / SX rear shock?

    thx

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    Pinkbike has a preview of the AM.

    At the bottom, it reads:

    TECHNICAL SPECS

    - Rear wheel travel: 150mm // Shock 200mm x 57mm // Mounting hardware 22.2mm x 10mm.
    - Tapered head tube using Cane Creek ZS44/ZS56 standard, possibility to mount an Angleset headset, regardless of frame size.
    - 180mm Postmount standard brake mount, positioned to reduce the effects of braking forces on the suspension action.
    - 142mm x 12mm hub standard.
    - 68/73mm crankset standard // Shimano Press Fit bottom bracket + ISCG 05 mounts.
    - Triple-butted 7005 alloy frame.
    - Internal cable/hose routing: front and rear derailleurs, rear brake, telescopic seatpost.
    - Headtube-mounted internal cable/hose routing plug included as standard.
    - Optional integrated mudguard available.
    - Chainstay protector.
    - Seatpost diameter 31.6mm // Seat clamp diameter 34.9mm

    So, probably, but how will it attach?

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    I found these on google



    I think its nice.. hopefully commencal will make this for the Meta AM / SX family
    I'm so wanting those frame to have a mud guard

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