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Brompton rear mudguard for bikes with NO rack (no dynamo)

No rear rack, no rear (bottle) dynamo and need a replacement Brompton rear mudguard? (maybe yours broken or is just looking very old) - then this is it!

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QMGBL-RL-SV

Brompton

12 Items in stock

£10.00

Standard Brompton folding bicycle rear mudguard (silver with no dynamo cutout)

This is a replacement mudguard blade and rear flap only, for a broken / damaged Brompton mudguard, although .....

If you are trying to add a complete rear mudguard to a bike which doesn't currently have one then you can do it by also adding all of the following items:

QMGSRSET - Rear mudguard stay set (three stays which connect using the QMGSTAP the frame - at the wheel nuts to the mudguard) - of course, if you want to save a couple of grams you can go for the titanium version (QMGSRSET-TI)
QMGSTAP - Mudguard stay anchor plates (clamps the front stay to the mudguard)
QMGROLA - Rear mudguard roller assembly (which connects the two rear stays to the mudguard and allows the bike to be rolled when folded)

Full fitting instructions are included - and if you would like to see them in advance, please click on our "contact us" page.

Colour: The old mudguard was solid silver in colour. The newer model is silver with two clear stripes (which appear to be black when viewed from above due to the tyre / dirt on the inside of the mudguard)

The older version of the Brompton mudguard had the rear flap held on with a nut and bolt. This sometimes worked loose, meaning that the flap could fall off. This version has a riveted mudguard flap.

Brompton Q part code: QMGBL-RL-SV
Old Brompton Q part code: QMGBL-RL (Pre 2014)
Old Brompton Q part code: QMGRLA (Pre 2013)
Brompton part number: 9017034

Review(s) for Brompton rear mudguard for bikes with NO rack (no dynamo)

Reviewed by: Rex L
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Review Title: Brilliant Just what it's says on the shopfront !

Conpetent friendly professional service. Quality parts with rapid delivery.

    Reviewed by: David T
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    Review Title: Replacing a damaged mudguard :(

    It's a bit fiddly to change but straight forward. You need to move all of the components from the old mudguard to the new.
    I lost a bloody allen screw but I had some spare so be careful.
    So thanks to Brilliant bikes I was able to replace my rear mudguard at a good price :)

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      Brompton rear mudguard for bikes with NO rack (no dynamo)

      Brompton rear mudguard for bikes with NO rack (no dynamo)

      No rear rack, no rear (bottle) dynamo and need a replacement Brompton rear mudguard? (maybe yours broken or is just looking very old) - then this is it!

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