Fitting and adapting cheap £1 Poundland mudguards / fenders onto mountain bike MTB

Fitting and adapting cheap £1 Poundland mudguards / fenders onto mountain bike MTB


Hi Guy’s HandyClipz @ YouTube here and today I’ve got some of these cheap £1 shop mudguards / fenders That I’m going to fit to the bike I’m not going to use this extender for the seat post I’m going to use the same bracket cause I’ve bought two set’s to fit to both the front and the back of the bike Ok So the first thing to do is to remove the bracket off the donor mud guard this is an 8mm bolt And this bracket can then be usedon the other mudguard So this is the extending bracket that I don’t to use around the seat post So it’s just a matter fo removing this bracket and fitting the other one on top Ok so that’s the bracket in place So that’s the back mudguard the larger of the two And the front mudguard the smaller of the two Ok so now to just assemble them onto the bike. I’m going to require two longer nuts and bolts that are’nt supplied what I’ve previously done is bought a bag of assorted nuts and bolts which cost around £1 So I suggest that they would come in handy should you wish to use them for such a job And it’s bascially a bolt and a washer Then the mudguard then a washer on the back and then the nut One mudguard in position And now onto the back mudguard OK so for the back mudguard roughly in place And then just tighten up the bolts Ok so the bolt is now in place and so is the mudguard Job complete