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............. and be prepared to get really filthy when it rains - those high mudguards ain't half as effective as the stock Duke item.
 

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............. and be prepared to get really filthy when it rains - those high mudguards ain't half as effective as the stock Duke item.
Would be interesting to see a combi of the chopped standard muddy and a high one. Chop say the front triangle part back in so youve just got the rear and fork covers and chop the high one so it doesnt go back to the rad as much..
 

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my old duke 1...... the high front guard just bolts on the holes are already there
 

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There's been a few on here. I personally think it looks a bit turd but this on the other hand looks fooking great: Customised Duke 2 linky



Have to agree the duke with just a high mudguard looks gay but i do like the look of this one...

Still wouldnt go back to having 1 after moving to the EXC though
 

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Would be interesting to see a combi of the chopped standard muddy and a high one. Chop say the front triangle part back in so youve just got the rear and fork covers and chop the high one so it doesnt go back to the rad as much..
just to update this and myself above I found a pic of one randomly the other day..

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..and then you'll have to sort some fork protectors and make brackets to adapt them onto the duke mudguard mount points. I imagine thats why the pic I posted had the muddy chopped back but left on ;)
 

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I bought the front guard ages ago matched to the colour of the bike but haven't got round to fitting it. I looked at how it would fit and assume I do need the braket and some longer screws or something? Where can I get just a braket for it?
What you have is an aftermarket piece, the bracket you speak of is an integral part of the KTM front guard.


Spacers and bolts or fab a bracket is the way to go now.
 
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