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410 2.0 Rear Arm Mud Guards

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RustyUs

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Putting finishing touches on some "mud" guards. I like to call them pebble deflectors, 'cause I rarely run in the mud. Anything that helps keep shock boots/shafts from getting all banged up... I'm all for it. I didn't see any options out there for the SCT410 2.0, so I used my EB48 2.0's guards as a template.
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Putting finishing touches on some "mud" guards. I like to call them pebble deflectors, 'cause I rarely run in the mud. Anything that helps keep shock boots/shafts from getting all banged up... I'm all for it. I didn't see any options out there for the SCT410 2.0, so I used my EB48 2.0's guards as a template.
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Looks nice, I made some 1mm CF guards for my MT410 very similar... did you CNC cut them or by hand?
 
Looks nice, I made some 1mm CF guards for my MT410 very similar... did you CNC cut them or by hand?
By hand. I gotta do a bit of a revision as too much material on the insides.
The first time I ran the carbon fiber guards on my EB48... the sound of them pebbles bouncing off was absurd. I doubt it'll be like that on the SCT as the side/nerf bars will knock some stuff out of the way.
 
So how did you mount them? Pics off the arms and on? Did you have to drill and tap?
 
Thanks for reply, I was not around the SCT when I posted from my phone I see the hole now looking...thanks
 

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