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    My new homemade mudflap

    here is my new homemade mudflap!


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    Put another in the back so your mullet doesn't get caught in the spokes

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    Cool! What did you cut it out of?
    Recalculating....

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    First I would need a mullet..

    I used a corner of a 1/2 gallon milk jug. It actually worked out pretty well. I used the corner and cut it down around the bottom to get the scoop of the bottom. This seems to help hold the shape well. I hot glued it on for now if it works well and is long enough I will use a bolt and nut to hold it in place.

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    Dead sexy....
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    That's hawt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moralleper
    I used a corner of a 1/2 gallon milk jug. It actually worked out pretty well. I used the corner and cut it down around the bottom to get the scoop of the bottom. This seems to help hold the shape well. I hot glued it on for now if it works well and is long enough I will use a bolt and nut to hold it in place.
    Did you paint it with something, or somehow found a black milk jug? If the glue doesn`t last, I bet a couple of 4mm screws with washers and lock nuts will keep it there as long as you want it.
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    Not quite as "sexy" but it gets the job done! Minute Maid OJ container...

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    tr2biker, is that a midge bar? Do you like it? I was looking for one but could not find one locally so I could try it first. I ended up with a Salsa Bell lap which is nice.

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    It is a WTB Mountain Drop Bar

    I had a Bell Lap on the bike but I traded a buddy of mine for the WTB before we did a tour last summer, he did not care for the shallow bend of the WTB, I like it for this category. Levers are easy to reach in the drops, very comfortable.

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    I just added some mudflaps to some Planet bike clip on fenders on my Pugsley. Surly gave them out at Frostbike. Big wide ones like the ones you guys made. Drill two holes and just pop rivet them on.

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    Old winter boot.

    I'm covered in beer.

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