Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Greenville area / SC
Yeah... I will have to swich them out, or punch some extra holes for sure. I have a saddle that matches this ones color and tooling pretty well that I could swap fenders with.
You may be better off punching holes or having the fenders cut down for you. Fenders from a traditional saddle are made to go around a tree which could present a problem on a treeless saddle.
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