Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)
Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)
Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)
Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)
Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)
Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)
Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)
Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)
Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)
Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike  Pair (Sondors)

Mud Flap Fenders for Fat Bike Pair (Sondors)

$69.95 $49.90
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  • For both version 1 and 2 of the Sondors Fat bike (may need modification to work with aluminum version)
  • (note not an easy bolt up for bikes with suspension forks)
  • Mud flaps for fat tire bikes
  • High grade steel fenders quality built
  • We customize these to bolt easily to the Sondors
  • Powder coated black finish
  • Greatly improves looks of the bike
  • Allows you to ride through the muck without getting yucky

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These fenders will fit on the Sondors fat bike but can be made to work on other fat bikes with a little stretching and creative mounting.

We do as much assembling and tweaking we can do at the Luna Lab before shipping them to you to make them as easy as possible to bolt onto the Sondors fat bike. 

Luna pictorial installation guide

Also look at our installation video for assistance on how to mount them.   

19 Reviews

5/5
Antonio Rodriguez Dec 29th 2017

WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE THESE FENDERS ON STOCK ???????

I have been waiting several months for you to have these fenders back.do you have any idea when you will have them ?

3/5
Butch Sep 10th 2017

Sondor Fenders

I bought these for my RAD Rover and the size and bend fit really well with a little modifications. The problem arose with the quality of workmanship. The front fender fit pretty well with cutting the wire holding the fender to the fork ( I used a 1 1/2" wire clamp from amazon to attach it to the fork) watch the rover installation film and you will see it's what they use to attached the fender and used the screw holding the front light to affix the top bracket. The rear fender was a little different in that the bracket for the rear fender and the one holding the wire were both on a big angle instead of straight which made it hard to adjust. Again I used a 3/4" wire clamp to hold the wire on the rear fender. Excluding shipping it cost $50 for the fenders and $15 for the clamps and had enough to do another bike with planet bike fenders. So the difference between Luna's fenders and RAD'S was $95 to my favor. I have already purchased 3/4" x 8' long and 1/8" thick and will trim to 1/2" or 5/8" in width and make a strap for at least the rear fender like the ones RAD sells. I'm not happy with the wires that hold the fenders to the bike they look and are cheap. I'll make them during the winter months when I'm not riding hear in the north-east. So if you want to save some money consider these metal fenders over RAD'S plastic fenders for your Rover. The only foot note I will add is when I use a strap on the rear fender I will probably get rid of the rear 3/4" clamp and attach it were the rack attaches. Hope this was helpful and as I mentioned before I also bought the 52volt 13.5 amp hour battery for my bike and it has work fine on my bike and double the mileage than that of the battery that came with the bike and RAD charges the same for a 48volt 11.6 amp hour. Thanks Luna and the people that work there for all their assistance!!!
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