ARMAC 2-PIECE REAR MUDGUARD
Armac Design has designed, developed and produced a unique, dedicated 2-Piece Mudguard for Armac Cubs.
The Mudguard assembly covers the full width of the rear of the bike (see pictures). It protects from mud, water and general muck being sprayed forward onto bike, engine and rider.
GUARD A: fits between the subframe side arms. It is designed to completely protect the airbox, carburettor and engine from mud, water, etc being propelled forward off the back tyre. It is designed for the Armac Cub but will also fit a Standard Tiger Cub. It can also be used with a short-section Universal rear mudguard, although this will offer less protection than Guard B.
GUARD B: mates with Guard A to form a complete rear mudguard which wraps around the mudguard mounting rails. Rounded, moulded sections provide a smooth hand-hold for lifting the back of the bike. It is designed to fit the Armac subframe. It will NOT fit a standard Cub subframe with a rear loop. However, it has been fitted to subframes modified to replicate the Armac subframe (no rear loop, see pics)
Guard A and Guard B, used together, give the maximum protection possible for you and your bike, from mud off the back tyre.
Material: strong, lightweight, high-density polythene (Guard A: 3mm, Guard B: 4mm); white, vacuum-formed in Macclesfield, not China
GUARD A: £35
GUARD B: £45
GUARDS A & B AS ASSEMBLY.
Compare with fit of UNIVERSAL (pictured below, showing the gap between subframe and mudguard)
BELOW LEFT: Guards A and B mounted on an Armac rear subframe, to show how the assembly completely fills in gaps at the rear of the bike. Neat, streamlined, robust and protective. Compare the Universal Mudguard RIGHT: showing the large gap between subframe and mudguard, which is filled and protected by Guard A. Guard A also finishes much lower, offering greater protection at sides and base.
REH Front Mudguard: £25, white plastic to match the Armac Design 2-Piece Rear Mudguard.
REH mudguard brace assembly and mudguard brace clamps also available. Order here or so more details at www.rehforks.com