If you’re looking for an easy way to add a little style to your bike, installing a Fender Eliminator is a great option.
These small, metal pieces can be attached to the front and/or back of your bike with simple screws, and give your bike a unique look. Here’s how to install one on your own bike:
- Remove the seat from your bike. This can be done by using a screwdriver or a wrench to remove the screws that hold it in place.
- Next, remove the handlebars from your bike. You can do this by removing the two screws that are located behind them.
- Now, remove the front wheel from your bike. You will need to unscrew the hubcap and loosen the bolts that hold it on. Once these are loose, simply lift off the wheel and set it aside.
- Next, remove the front fender by unscrewing the four screws that are located at the base of it. Be careful not to lose any of the screws!
- Finally, attach the Fender Eliminator to the front of your bike using the four screws that you removed.
You are now ready to ride on your bike with a completely new look.
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How to Remove and Replace a Fender Eliminator
If you’re like most cyclists, your front wheel occasionally brushes against the metal frame of your bike, causing a metallic noise.
This is usually due to a worn or missing fender eliminator. Fender eliminators are plastic or metal pieces that fit between the frame and the tire, helping to reduce noise and vibration.