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    fenders for a rigid suspension corrected fork

    i've got a 29er with a rigid fork that is going to become a commuter/touring bike. the frame has disc brakes and so does the fork. i bought fenders that are for a fenderless bike but since the fork is so long, the fender sits way above the tire. is there a clever way to attach the fender to the top of the fork that doesn't look like crap? the 'L' bracket i got looks ok but it needs to be about 3" longer and to me that would look bad.
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    I ran across this exact issue. I ended up getting a metal bracket at Home Depot and using that to extend the fender down a few inches, doesn't look great, but not nearly as bad as I thought it would be.

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