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    fenders, racks, suspension forks, old

    I've got a 1994 Trek 930, with a old Rockshox Duke on it. I use it for grocery shopping, and some light trail riding along the way. I now live in CO where it snows. So I need a snow/slush set up. I don't think I need studs, but I need fenders. Can I fit regular fenders (e.g., on this bike? Especially with the shock? Or do I need shock specific fender? Maybe I'll go back to the rigid fork for the winter.

    And clearance in the back is going to be an issue. The tire (2.1 knobby tire) runs close to the rack. But I think I can solve this with a smaller tire.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

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    For the front you can use the shockboard

    The rack really keeps a lot off of you(in my case anyway) so I wouldn't worry there. If you really are that concerned look into

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