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  • Product description

    M Part Primoplastics mudguards are stylish, versatile and offer great coverage. Extended mudflaps on the front and rear mudguard keeps your toes, and your riding buddies dry. Durable steel stays are designed for daily use while the polycarbonate main shell is near unbreakable. 

    Key Features

    • Great coverage with mudflaps front and rear, keeps your toes and your club run friends dry and happy
    • V stays front and 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 and fittings for long life
    • Black and white guards supplied with black ED coated stainless stays, Pewter guards supplied with silver stainless stays
    • Virtually unbreakable polycarbonate guard material
    Please note: Some brackets may need adjusting

  • M Part Primoplastics Mudguard Set Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    2
    out of 5
    2.00
    Build Quality
    3.00
    Performance
    2
    Value For Money
    1.25

    Customer Reviews (2)

    2
    Design flaw

    There's a flat piece of metal supplied instead of the bridge to mount the rear mudguard. You'd need pretty specialist tools to bend it into the required shape so it can wrap around the mudguard clear of the frame- no instructions supplied on how to do this and no guide marks/indentations on the metal plate either. I complained to m:part and they told me there was a change in production but sent me the original plastic bridge which did the job. Apart from that the build quality was good and I've been using them for a year now- they've held up okay but I had to glue the plastic bridge in place to stop it rattling.

    There's a flat piece of metal supplied instead of the bridge to mount the rear mudguard. You'd need pretty specialist tools to bend it into the required shape so it can wrap around the mudguard clear of the frame- no instructions supplied on how to do this and no guide marks/indentations on the metal plate either. I complained to m:part and they told me there was a change in production but sent me the original plastic bridge which did the job. Apart from that the build quality was good and I've been using them for a year now- they've held up okay but I had to glue the plastic bridge in place to stop it rattling.

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    2.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 2/5
    Performance: 3/5
    Value For Money: 2/5
    2
    Unmountable front

    A flat piece of metal supplied instead of the front mounting clip. No way of attaching front mudguard to fork .

    A flat piece of metal supplied instead of the front mounting clip. No way of attaching front mudguard to fork .

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    1.7 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4/5
    Performance: 0.5/5
    Value For Money: 0.5/5