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    50% Off On Crud Fenders...Now $7.50

    Only $7.50 for a front or $12.50 for a rear Crud fender. All colors in stock!



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    well, since i didn't win one in the raffle, i guess i'll get a set the old-fashioned way. $20 for front and rear is a killer deal!

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    i only want the front, 7.50 + 3.99 shipping to NYC kills the deal @ $12.51 for the front fender only...is there any way this thing can be cheaper for an 80gram item to ship to NYC?

    also, does crud have any type of shorter fender for the rear? i dont want something so long, maybe like 6 inches long at the most...
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    Quote Originally Posted by louisssss
    i only want the front, 7.50 + 3.99 shipping to NYC kills the deal @ $12.51 for the front fender only...is there any way this thing can be cheaper for an 80gram item to ship to NYC?

    also, does crud have any type of shorter fender for the rear? i dont want something so long, maybe like 6 inches long at the most...
    A 6" rear fender is useless
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    Sweet, just ordered a set

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    Sweet, just ordered a set
    i paid full price last week
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    Hey CrudUSA, just a quick thanks for the great service
    I jumped on this sale and ordered Tuesday the 27th in the afternoon, I just got it here in Colorado Thursday morning

    wow, great service and quick delivery....thanks!!!

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    I won a free set from a thread here on mtbr.

    I received, upon my request, a graphite pair. Very nice product. Looks great on my matte black steed.

    I was shocked they are made in Britain. I Didn't know any plastics were made outside China. Very nice to see.

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    How stiff is the rear fender? Most of the seatpost clamping style rear fenders I've seen tend to flop around a bit too much for my taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowpaste
    How stiff is the rear fender? Most of the seatpost clamping style rear fenders I've seen tend to flop around a bit too much for my taste.
    No flop. They have engineered it with a varied thickness to be thicker and stiffer where it needs to be and thinner where it does not. Makes it lighter and breakage resistant.

    Proper design make it a win-win-win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cowpaste
    How stiff is the rear fender? Most of the seatpost clamping style rear fenders I've seen tend to flop around a bit too much for my taste.
    I wrap a little duct tape around the seat post where the fender attaches. Prevents the annoying left-right rotation that happened before I did that.
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    any free shipping promo code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanai
    well, since i didn't win one in the raffle, i guess i'll get a set the old-fashioned way. $20 for front and rear is a killer deal!
    Yep great deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrudUSA
    Only $7.50 for a front or $12.50 for a rear Crud fender. All colors in stock!



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    Darn... and still no international distributors
    Can't you guys ship directly to the Philippines?
    Better to have and not need it, than to need it and not have it.

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    just got my set yesterday. perfect timing too, since today was supposed to be the last dry day for a while here in western WA.
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    I ordered a set for my Scott Spark and guess what....No workie! The front ends up pinching the front derailleur cable and the rear doesnt fit the 34.9mm seatpost even though it says fits "ALL" seatpost....

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    Darn, I just decided I want one and now they are not on sale anymore.

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    Will this sale be back for the spring?

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