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New for 2020, the Rear GravelHugger.

Following the tried and tested rear Mudhugger design, will fit most bike frame seat stays (with angles approx 40-55 degrees) and designed for tires up to 50mm wide.

The Rear GravelHugger is designed to be attached to the bike with zipties as these afford the most secure way to fitting. 

Helitape is supplied to protect the seat stays where the GravelHugger sits on the seat stays, ensure you use this tape, invisframe, electrical tape or similar are not sufficiently thick to protect your bikes paint and frame.

Suitable for 700c and 650b wheels Max tire width 50mm (depending on wheel/tire combination).

Weight approx 150g - Length 22in
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Mudhugger Gravel Hugger Rear Fender

$39.99

Vendor Mudhugger

SKU: 210000056623
Barcode: 700461797579

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      Description

      New for 2020, the Rear GravelHugger.

      Following the tried and tested rear Mudhugger design, will fit most bike frame seat stays (with angles approx 40-55 degrees) and designed for tires up to 50mm wide.

      The Rear GravelHugger is designed to be attached to the bike with zipties as these afford the most secure way to fitting. 

      Helitape is supplied to protect the seat stays where the GravelHugger sits on the seat stays, ensure you use this tape, invisframe, electrical tape or similar are not sufficiently thick to protect your bikes paint and frame.

      Suitable for 700c and 650b wheels Max tire width 50mm (depending on wheel/tire combination).

      Weight approx 150g - Length 22in

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