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    Fox factory mudguard spotted on Scott bike.

    I've waiting for one of these of years. I don't care for the zip tie ones.
    Anyone know where we can get these?

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    it's a Syncros Trail Fender. not available yet.

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    They are not available yet and are only for Fox 34 & 36 Boost models.
    They are getting released in November of this year from all Scott dealerships.
    I bought mine yesterday from Evans Cycles UK for £14.99 but like I say if you dont own Boost forks then it wont fit.

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    Do you have a link? I want to order one.

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    No I told you, they're not out yet but any Scott dealer will sell them and you know they're only for boost forks right?

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    I have boost and I was looking on Evans Cycles. just couldn't find it on the site. I guess I'll contact them.

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    They're not listed on their site but they can get one, bought one yesterday for £14.99 but won't be in store until November

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    Anyone that got one yet? Works good?

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    I bought one a month ago or so here...

    https://www.westbrookcycles.co.uk/sy...-forks-p330026

    They shipped to the US without an issue.

    Problem is, I have a 2016 Pivot Mach 6 with a Fox 36 fork, but they only really fit the 2017 forks. The screw holes line up but the plastic bits donít line up. Iíve trimmed the plastic since this pic, but you can see how it doesnít line up. Overall Iím happy with it, much better than zip ties.

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    If anyone wants to order one again, I found black and orange ones at:

    https://liveitxtreme.com/contact/

    Price was $14.99 and they shipped mine for an additional $ 9.28.

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    I've been waiting for these as well. While the aftermarket ones work pretty good, they still are cumbersome to install and take off every season. The bolt ones are so much cleaner install.

    Fork companies should also make a small dirt/mud guard to bolt onto the back of the support that you can leave on all the time. The grooves on the back of the fork support always gets a lot dirt collecting inside that is hard to clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliikane View Post
    I've been waiting for these as well. While the aftermarket ones work pretty good, they still are cumbersome to install and take off every season. The bolt ones are so much cleaner install.

    Fork companies should also make a small dirt/mud guard to bolt onto the back of the support that you can leave on all the time. The grooves on the back of the fork support always gets a lot dirt collecting inside that is hard to clean.
    These are aftermarket too.
    I donít understand why Fox canít make their own.

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    I've been running one for about a year I keep it on the bike all the time.


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    I have a fender on my Suntour fork that is sooo dialed. I also have about a dozen fenders around.

    All of them... pretty useless for me. The small ones don't do anything, the bigger ones are good there's just not enough trail water/mud around here to make it worthwhile. When they can come in handy, not good to be on the trails.

    But they look good. And some have art on them that make them worth leaving on.Fox factory mudguard spotted on Scott bike.-durolux-side.jpg
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    I keep it year round because it makes the bike more enduro.

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    My local Scott dealer got a shipment in around 2 weeks ago and I grabbed one. These come into the US in batches and sell out really quick. $14.99+tax and no shipping cost. Highly recommended!

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    Sports Basement had these in stock for $14.99 a few weeks ago in the Presidio, according to their website pretty much all their stores still have them. These fenders definitely don't keep your bike clean in muddy conditions but help, and they do a good job of keeping dirt out of the steerer tube and stanchions. Also far less fussy to install than their zip-tie counterpart.

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    The sports basement in Walnut creek had some last week when I was there.
    Making shit harder than it needs to be isn't awesome, it's just...harder.

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    Sports Basement was the ticket for me. I found it on their website and just placed my order. Free shipping too!

    https://shop.sportsbasement.com/prod...t=551369605136

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    Like the cleanliness of it but doesnt keep dirt away from your seals nearly as well as the ziptie versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetdoctor View Post
    Like the cleanliness of it but doesnt keep dirt away from your seals nearly as well as the ziptie versions.
    I'm interested in something like this if it does better than the zip tie arragement for keeping mud out of my face, but I'm dubious how much better these can be. I actually keep the zip tie version around because my seals stay noticeably cleaner, both in the dry/dusty and the wet/grinding paste.

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    I've been running one for a while - it's got slightly less coverage than the traditional zip tie version, but is an incredibly clean install. These things might help with mud/water, but my main reason for running it is preventing rocks and grit from getting tossed up. Especially with the Assegai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    I have a fender on my Suntour fork that is sooo dialed. I also have about a dozen fenders around.

    All of them... pretty useless for me. The small ones don't do anything, the bigger ones are good there's just not enough trail water/mud around here to make it worthwhile. When they can come in handy, not good to be on the trails.

    But they look good. And some have art on them that make them worth leaving on.Click image for larger version. 

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    Hey FC - what model fender is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckee Trash View Post
    Hey FC - what model fender is this?
    It's a Suntour fender. It slots in the fork.

    Schit, let me find that fork from the bin and use it, just for that fender.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    It's a Suntour fender. It slots in the fork.

    Schit, let me find that fork from the bin and use it, just for that fender.
    Hey FC, just curious, how good are those SR forks in your opinion? I have a 160 Yari now and it's no secret around our shop that I don't love it.

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    Just installed a new Syncros fender on my 2018 Fox 34 fork. It is very svelt/slick.

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    Where'd ya get it? Looks pretty unavailable from my searches...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckee Trash View Post
    Where'd ya get it? Looks pretty unavailable from my searches...
    https://shop.sportsbasement.com/prod...t=551369605136

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    Nice - thanks! Ordered

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    Canít beat that price comparison.

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