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Electra Straight 8 and fenders, help please, thanks

Old 11-05-12, 05:10 PM
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Electra Straight 8 and fenders, help please, thanks

Hello,

I write this email from Switzerland and sorry for my english.

I own an Electra Straight 8 (8 speeds).

This bike is awesome, it's the most comfortable bike i have owned and I tell everyone around me how cool this bike is, but without fenders when it rains it's very difficult, and the rear fender is too short.

I can see that Electra sells all fenders for all its bikes except the straight 8 (and the ghostrider, rat fink). Why do not sell a pair of fenders for the straight 8?

This is the only thing missing on this bike, it's a shame, we should be able to have the choice to put the fenders or not.

I'm looking for metal, matte black fender.

Do you know a brand that manufactures this type of fenders for these special tires (24'' x 3'')?

Thanks for your help and time.

Sebastien Stefano
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I wonder if any Planet Bike fenders would work?
https://ecom1.planetbike.com/fenders.html

Too bad Electra didn't consider wet weather use of the bike.
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SKS has several models available in 24", but they call them "mudguards" . Maybe some of them will accommodate the 3" tyre? Seeing that you're in Switzerland, these should be readily available to you (they're in Germany).

https://www.sks-germany.com/?l=en&a=p...c4a1e33222aea2

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