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1 SKS race blade bargain - chain reaction on Tue 20 Sep 2011, 10:10

Very Happy have now fitted Schwalbe Marathon 700-25 winter tyres and my Crud race blades rub on anything bigger than 23. To my elation Chain Reaction have on offer 25-32 SKS Race Blades at £18 a set!

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=25796

Cant grumble at that! alien


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I've got a secondhand pair of these but the previous owner cut them off instead of unclipping/unscrewing them. Anyone know if repairs kits are available? I'm sure I can bodge it but I'd like to know before i do!


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Very Happy the sks race blades I have are fitted using rubber eyed strips which connect to the plastic brackets on the metal supports? The front brackets I use cable-ties and the rubber strips (as my forks are bladed) . I do have some spare 'holed' rubber strips. The only options to use screws are to lock the plastic support arms to the mudguards to retain the setup (locking the guards and brackets in place).

Suspect If its crud race blades spares you're after I have some spare arms and the bits that are 'banded' to the stays if that helps? I find the actual guards get brittle after a year and the weak link appears to be where the mudguard connects to the arms - it cracks and breaks. Will hand over the spare bits if you like?

Does that help? alien


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I'll have to look at what make they actually are and get to you. Thanks for the offer mate.


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