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    Fat Tire Fenders for my Monkey

    Any recommendations for fat tire (2.1-2.4) 29" fenders suitable for the Monkey during XC use?
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    I am looking at these for my Ogre with Big Apples:

    ecom1.planetbike.com/7059.html

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    Those were the only pair that I had seen so far that looks like it would do the job. I definitely want durable set.
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    i had a set of THE industries DH fenders on my fat bike. they're not a perfect solution, but they did the job and were pretty cheap.

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    I've used the SKS GRAND D.A.D and GRAND M.O.M Fenders for offroad mtn bike type fender use. They are easy to install and have great coverage. Only thing maybe lacking is they seemed a little short for a 29er. I did a little modding and extended them a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeke013 View Post
    I am looking at these for my Ogre with Big Apples:

    ecom1.planetbike.com/7059.html
    Quote Originally Posted by blackliner77 View Post
    i had a set of THE industries DH fenders on my fat bike. they're not a perfect solution, but they did the job and were pretty cheap.
    I have both of those on different bikes, and I love the Cascadias but yeah they are not great for offroad. The THE also, actually they might not be THE they might be 'topeak deFenders' which is pretty much a clone of THE, those are definitely better for offroad but give a lot less coverage than the Cascadias.

    I supplemented the THE/Topeak fenders w/ a downtube crudcatcher like this and it gave a little more protection, but still left the drivetrain fully exposed. When the crudcatcher on our trail-a-bike broke off, I moved the one from my bike over to the t-a-b and I don't miss it off the bike.

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