Yes, the fender looks like an important part.
I initially built one like Jürgen's, but I used brown tape and it was
uggly. By the way, you can still see traces on the frame on my pictures :-)
I live in France, near Grenoble. I bought this from Leroy Merlin. I know
they have shops in many countries, but I don't know if they are in Germany.
I bought it about 10 years ago. It is written "EDA plastiques" on it. It is
actually a 80 l bin, not a 100 l.
There is a similar one here :
Or here :
I am sure you will find one, but in the worst case, I still got a second
one in my basement ;-)
2018-05-21 22:45 GMT+02:00 Christian Winkgen <christian.winkgen@xxxxxxx>:
thanks for sharing this genius idea!
The front fender is one of the weaker parts with my 20“ python currently.
Every time I go for a ride in the woods I get sprayed with little bits of
mud when I pass a wet section.
Will have to look for something like your lid here in Germany.
Does it have a brand on it?
What kind of shop did you get it from? Where do you come from?
Am 21.05.2018 um 21:05 schrieb Mathieu Thomachot <mathieu.thomachot@xxxxxxxxx>:
attached together with bolts.
I found a funny way of building a fender for my 20" Python front wheel.
I just made it from a plastic dustbin cover, cut into 2 parts that I
I used the cover of a 100 liters workshop dustbin, that you can easilyfind in home improvement supplies shops.
I thought it woud be worth sharing it, as I find the result pretty coolconsidering the investment.
other story :-)
Photos are available here : https://photos.app.goo.gl/Duw5LGYAzi6xSXN62
You will see that I am also working on a custom seat, but that is an
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