Core-5 and LMT’D Fenders

(28 customer reviews)

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28 reviews for Core-5 and LMT’D Fenders

4.2
Based on 28 reviews
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Image #1 from Barnett Fischer

Barnett Fischer

Looks great, works great! Just pay attention when installing the rear fender. Know this: You have to deflate the rear tire first and tie it down , using zip ties, in two spots about 12" apart from each other to enable you to have enough room to "just" get the Allen wrench between the tire and the fender bolt.

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Ryan

Works when installed, front fender is easy enough to get on there. Note that it shares the bolt with the headlight. The rear fender....installing the rear fender was significantly harder than installing the bike itself. And I think it took longer. Really this should be done with the rear wheel removed. Also, the tolerances are wrong; there's not enough space for both frame bolts to go on flush. So if you enjoy forcing a bolt into a hole while turning an allen key 1/6 turn at a time and depressing a bike tire the whole time (seriously, installing one bolt took me about 15 minutes), then buy this kit. Otherwise skip these, pay someone else to do it for you, or buy a bike with fenders installed. I cannot believe how arduous this install was, and I'm pretty handy. Infuriating.

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Ryan

Works when installed, front fender is easy enough to get on there. Note that it shares the bolt with the headlight. The rear fender....installing the rear fender was significantly harder than installing the bike itself. And I think it took longer. Really this should be done with the rear wheel removed. Also, the tolerances are wrong; there's not enough space for both frame bolts to go on flush. So if you enjoy forcing a bolt into a hole while turning an allen key 1/6 turn at a time and depressing a bike tire the whole time (seriously, installing one bolt took me about 15 minutes), then buy this kit. Otherwise skip these, pay someone else to do it for you, or buy a bike with fenders installed. I cannot believe how arduous this install was, and I'm pretty handy. Infuriating.

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Image #4 from RENE BORROTO

RENE BORROTO

Well-build fenders, sturdy, but installing the rear fender was way too difficult.

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Image #1 from Barnett Fischer
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Image #4 from RENE BORROTO
  1. Nishan Rayamajhee (verified owner)

    I wish this came pre installed with the bike. I wouldn’t mind paying extra $60 knowing it would be mounted when I received the bike.

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  2. Oscar Abad (verified owner)

    We purchase the 700 series and the limited. We are very pleased with the quality and performance. We keep getting asked about the bikes because of the design and look. We are very pleased.

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  3. Barnett Fischer (verified owner)

    Looks great, works great! Just pay attention when installing the rear fender. Know this: You have to deflate the rear tire first and tie it down , using zip ties, in two spots about 12″ apart from each other to enable you to have enough room to “just” get the Allen wrench between the tire and the fender bolt.

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  4. Michael Spears (verified owner)

    Looks good

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  5. Samuel (verified owner)

    usVirginia, United States

    functional, but really large, especially the rear one.

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  6. Anonymous (verified owner)

    usTennessee, United States

    Simple to install, lightweight, they do the job

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