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Hi peeps can anyone help, I took my bike for new brake pads to a bike shop when the mech took it for a test one front fender cover flew off. Said he would replace it so I took it home only to loose the other cover, so now I need to replace them any suggestions would help. thanks.

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hi there appleyards do them last time i had to get one it was about 30 quid colour matched to the bike.
 

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Hi Dunraffin,

if Appleyards do them I would guess that RGB Ruislip do too, so might be worth giving them a ring also.

Otherwise as suggested, watch out on ebay, even the US one, 'cause the US sellers will often ship to UK and such a light item shouldn't cost too much to have posted over.

Sorry to hear you lost them, obviously the mechanic didn't refit them correctly. :X
 

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Sorry I never returned on your info been on me hols and working till too knackered to do my mail but thanks will give them a bell.

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Hi, must be slipping or slow answering my mail, been on my hols and working to hard.

Will give them a buzz thanks.
 

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Hi thanks for the info was doing just that when I thought must answer my mail,

thanks.
 

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You will need a full wallet.... I have spotted them for sale at either Cyclemax Ohio or Bikers Best in Holland and they were not cheap. :X You might be looking at around £100 for EACH one!!!! :shock:

I sincerely hope you can find them for cheaper than that. I would be inclined to push it with the shop who appeared to refit them incorrecty. :whip:
 

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best to work on it youself next time leave the "bike shop" to play with what they are used to brakes are easy to do on the wing
 
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