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    Planet bike front fender for Haro v-1 ?

    Hey

    I was wondering if My haro v-1 , has a typical dowtube size as other bikes. Bought a Planet bike front fender hoping it fits.

    It straps to the downtube

    Any info would be great

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    My name is Erik.
    I have two bikes: a 2007 KHS Alite 300 and a 2010 Raleigh Grand Sport.
    I like mountain biking better.
    The Raleigh has bigger wheels.
    I speak Spanglish and Cheez-its are the ****.
    My car's gas gauge doesn't work; I figure out how much gas I have by dividing the new reading on the odometer by the car's mileage.
    Last time after filling up I found that I'd averaged 13 MPG.

    That kinda info?
    I've made some bad decisions like taking the gears off my bike. So here's the warning: Do not as I say, nor as I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik1245
    My name is Erik.
    I have two bikes: a 2007 KHS Alite 300 and a 2010 Raleigh Grand Sport.
    I like mountain biking better.
    The Raleigh has bigger wheels.
    I speak Spanglish and Cheez-its are the ****.
    My car's gas gauge doesn't work; I figure out how much gas I have by dividing the new reading on the odometer by the car's mileage.
    Last time after filling up I found that I'd averaged 13 MPG.

    That kinda info?
    Erik, did you take into consideration the temperature of the ambient air and fuel each time. Thermal expansion will throw those numbers off.Cheez-its give me the runs also

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchD
    Erik, did you take into consideration the temperature of the ambient air and fuel each time. Thermal expansion will throw those numbers off.Cheez-its give me the runs also
    That's a good point. So, I figure roughly 50 degrees F average... my car still burned 14 gallons of fuel in 182 miles....

    That's almost as good fuel economy as this! Except my car's nowhere near as fun... It does help when I lean into turns though....
    I've made some bad decisions like taking the gears off my bike. So here's the warning: Do not as I say, nor as I do.

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