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International Ltd Wolf Gard

Wolfgard International, Ltd Wolf Gard

User Reviews (3)

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Anthony Burton   Cross Country Rider [Oct 19, 2005]
Strength:

Does a fine job
Was able to mount onto wishbone seat stay as opposed to seatpost- which gets it closer to tyre, helping its effectivness.

Weakness:

I glued it into position on one side of the ball joint- as it did tend to drop position when hammering downhill.

Looks a bit old school I guess now- but I like it - Has stood time test - takes a knock - WORKS.

Similar Products Used: Tried a crud racegard- but prefer this design.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Tony Fukoff   Weekend Warrior [Feb 20, 2001]
Strength:

Tough, stays put, protects your ass and back from water and debris.

Weakness:

Looks kinda classic.

This product is bombproof, I put it on in rain and it never fails. Although it looks kinda classic, it doesnt look horrible. Tough plastic or composite, that holds up against all types of falls and scrapes, the holding clamp "ball" keeps it on tight and offers infinate adjustment. In closing this product is one of the few I would highly recommend.

Similar Products Used: Zefal fenders, venetian blind slat, cardboard.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Stan   Cross-Country Rider [Jul 25, 1999]
Strength:

Does the job

Posted this after reading less than glowing reviews of other fenders. The Wolf Gard is wide and curves with an upward flare at the end. Mounts on a universal ball affair. Comes with tube size adaptors. I''ve been riding it for a year and it works and it's tough. I didn't expect it to be around this long.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
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