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M:Part Primoplastic Mudguard Set - 700c - Black

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- A premium quality pair of full length mudguards.
- Great coverage with mudflaps front & rear, keeps your toes & your club run friends dry & happy.
- V stays front & rear, with Pop Off safety couplings.
- Pop Off couplings feature infinite fitting locations, great for tricky disc equipped frames.
- 3.2mm #304 grade Stainless Steel Stays & fittings for long life.
- Black & White guards supplied with Black ED coated stainless stays, Pewter guards supplied with silver stainless stays.
- Virtually unbreakable polycarbonate guard material.
- Available in a range of widths, sizes & colours.
- Approx 520 grams for full set with fittings.

- PLEASE NOTE: The mudguard bridge supplied is not as advertised on M:Part's packaging. These are now supplied with a flat steel bridge which WILL require bending
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Overall Product Rating 2 / 5
Good quality mudguards if you've got patience to fit them
10 Aug 2017
3 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNeed skill and patience when installing, inadequate instructions
ProsGood quality
I bought these mudguards as they were recommended by Genesis bikes when I enquired what mudguards to fit on a Genesis Flyer.

I hit a number of snags when fitting these mudguards, namely the bridge for the rear guard is supplied as a flat piece of stainless steel which needs to be formed into shape, you'd really need a vice, some decent pliers and patience to get the shape required to grip the guards adequately within the confined space between the seat stays, brake and rear wheel . I was not impressed with this so contacted M-Part and SJS cycles for a proper part (as pictured on the packaging), M-Part informed me they changed their production but sent me the old version which is a plastic part. Once fitted the mudguards have been pretty reliable and solid, although I had to since glue the plastic bridge in place to stop it rattling. I've been using these for about a year now with no real issues plus they still look good.
Poor Overall
30 Sep 2016
1 / 5
After spending 2 hours cutting the supplied metal arms to the correct length and finding a long enough bolt to fit through my front fork, all was going well. Until I hit my first bit of non baby smooth tarmac. The quick eject clips kept on quick ejecting when they weren't supposed to.

Big wobbles from these guards meant rubbing. So much that it actually broke one of the quick eject clips in half.

Consigned to the bin. I would ask for a refund if I hadn't had to cut so many bits off the support arms to fit them in the first place.
Questions & Answers (4)
Will this work with 27
16 Sep 2017
I'm acquiring a 531-framed bike from the 80s with 27

Your 27
Would These Mudguards Fit A Cannondale Synapse 105 Alloy (2014)
29 Sep 2016
Fitted with 700 X 28mm Tyres

As we don't stock Cannondale bikes we have no way of knowing the compatibility of these mudguards with your frame I'm afraid. These mudguards will cope with 700x28 tyres fine. If your bike has provisions to take full mudguards then these hopefully should be able to fit okay.

Would These Fit A 2015 Specialised Roubaix Sl4?
06 Sep 2016
Wheels and tyres are 700 x 25

As we don't sell Specialized bikes we have no way of knowing what frame fixings there are present on your frame for allowing the fitting of mudguards I'm afraid. Also as I can see online there is a disc and non-disc version of this bike, you should be able to use these guards on the disc version but the the guards will struggle to fit through the caliper brakes whilst still providing suitable clearance on the non-disc bike.

What Size Would I Need For 28Mm Tyres On A Genesis Cdf?
03 Sep 2016

With 28mm tyres the 35mm guard should be sufficient, providing you don't ever plan to fit wider tyres, if you do then the 45mm option would be a safer bet. As we have never fitted these guards to any Genesis bikes we have no way of knowing how well they will fit your bike though I'm afraid.