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Old 07-02-21, 12:12 PM
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Does anyone know the name of this bike part?

I have built a chopper and it has a long fork with no way to install a chrome fender. But I found a solution but I don't know the name of this part in the video:

Looks like a quill system but no matter how I word this part, I can't seem to find it on the market anywhere.

Thanks a lot to anyone who knows!
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I have no idea WTF you are talking about..... maybe another Pro BM is a mind reader, but I am not.
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What part are yo talking about ? Can you post a picture and point to the part ?
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That there's a spug.
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Originally Posted by MoAlpha View Post
That there's a spug.
Yeah, OP, are you talking about a steerer tube plug to snug the fender up to the crown? You can use a steerer tube star nut for that, or an expanding type steerer tube plug. If its the type of fork with a very narrow internal diameter, probably an expanding handlebar plug would do the trick, though Id use the type with a rubber compression bung, for durability.
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It appears to be an expansion plug mount.

I wonder if it is proprietary to the SKS fenders. The fenders appear to be cheap enough that it may be easier to simply buy a new complete fender set.

You might check if a 1 1/8" steer tube expansion plug would work upside-down.
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