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SKU
218452800
Abstract Product Id
12154
Concrete Product Id
36778

SKS Germany SKS Rowdy mudguard set 20"-24"

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Product code: 218452800

RRP €16.99 11.95

Price incl. VAT
plus €16.35 for delivery to United States of America

Delivery time 2 weeks

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Finally there's something that fits our little rowdies. These mudguards can be adjusted to fit smaller radii of 20-24" wheels. The split design of the front mudguard allows for an even more flexible attachment. The angle of the holder for the rear mudguard can be easily adjusted thanks to a slot and two joints. A perfect splash protection for kids' and youths mountain bikes.
· for bikes with a wheel size of 20–24“
· front mudguard: easy attachment to the fork bridge (Note: Please note the fork manufacturer's instructions!) or fork crown (Requirement: there has to be a hole on each side) with angle plates
· rear mudguard: screwed clamp fixing suitable for a tube Ø of 25–37 mm
· manufacturer's ref. 10078

Features

Manufacturer`s ref.:
10078
GTIN:
4002556168056
Wheel size:
20", 24"
Mount type:
clip-on
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SKS Rowdy mudguard set 20"-24"

Colour: 
schwarz
Size:
Standard

mag das schutzblech an den kinderrädern. robust, sieht cool aus und schützt den rücken hinten und die füße vorn vor dem gröbsten dreck.
will man allerdings die sattelhöhe beim kinderrad verstellen, muss man immer den vorderen mechanismus lösen, da die befestigung des hinterbleches immer über die sattelstange funktioniert. das ist ein wenig umständlich und fummelig.
für den coolen look muss man in kauf nehmen, dass das hintere blech ziemlich hoch hängt. dadurch muss der kleine racker sein bein manchmal ganz schön hoch schwingen, was manchmal standprobleme nach sich ziehen kann ... :-)