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Old 11-13-10, 07:39 PM   #1
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Trek XO-2 with fenders?

Any Trek owners out there that have figured out how to mount Fenders. I want to use my bike for road training after the cross season is over and would like to mount some fenders up to it. I see that the fork has those hidden fender mounts ala Gary Fisher... but I don't get how to use those to mount fenders. Is there an adapter kit that my dealer is not aware of? The rear is also missing areas to mount (like a cross brace) but I think it does have some built in eyelets above the dropout. Any suggestions or knowledge of models that have worked for you is much appreciated.

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Its easy enough to use p clamps to attach fenders and racks to bikes that don't have dedicated eyelets to attach them.
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Get a regular set of fenders the start improvising with p-clips, cable ties, etc.
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