RAW (custom) mud flaps

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keyboardmonkey
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RAW (custom) mud flaps

Postby keyboardmonkey » 14 Sep 2016, 11:13am

Had some of these made up for our member group. Yes, I know there are DIY options (http://eastyorkshirectc.org.uk/flaps), but as well as doing the crucial job of keeping muck off fellow riders' faces they offer a bit of promotion for our lot and these reflective ones appear to be a bit hi viz, too.

RAW custom mud flap @eyctc fluorescent.jpg


We've only just got these samples in to try - currently rear flaps only - so no in-depth review yet, but they look the business and apparently the bloke who makes them has put them through the dishwasher at a high setting to test for durability. (Reflective ones are a bit fiddly to make, by the sound of it.)

The regular RAW mudflaps - now including models in different lengths and widths - are also available via the web site below (link to eBay from there), but I was interested in the custom jobbies. For the likes of our custom ones expect to pay (or refuse to pay) around £14 for a pair of custom designed reflective flaps. Minimum run of ten pairs of custom flaps - but check if you are interested.

Each flap is predrilled with three holes and has two short bolts with lock nuts and washers as well as an adhesive strip if you need it. Instructions included.

http://rawmudflap.uk/

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Cunobelin
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Re: RAW (custom) mud flaps

Postby Cunobelin » 14 Sep 2016, 9:03pm

{troll} Isn't that design outdated[/troll]

keyboardmonkey
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Re: RAW (custom) mud flaps

Postby keyboardmonkey » 14 Sep 2016, 11:22pm

[faux-naïf]I'm not sure of the font type, but the forward sloping R & A & W look fairly modern to my eyes[/faux-naïf]