One thing to consider is that shipping from Australia to Singapore may be quicker than from the US.They quoted me at this price for shipping to Singapore. Any opinion you guys like to share? ��
Edit: The Mustard Bike fender eliminator quotes about AUS$129+$30(shipping).
Basically estimated to be S$143.39 for Vagabond and S$159 for the Mustard Bike.
Eyy true that for the shipping part. Maybe I might get the Vagabond just for the sake of being able to share my experience using it with others here.One thing to consider is that shipping from Australia to Singapore may be quicker than from the US.
I'd go for the Mustard bikes, the on line tutorial is really good, they're well made and it fits up perfectly. But I'm biased of course.
This actually looks quite good. Definitely no cutting of stock parts imo. This just bolts up to the exact hole pattern as the current rear fender and frame. Even the wiring should be easy as it utilizes your current turn signals and license illumination. It is the least expensive alternative I have seen other than some Chinese universal pieces which would probably not bolt up to the stock pattern......I definitely like the look and use of the OEM equipment. I'm hoping no cutting of the stock parts are required.
I do plan on getting this, but probably order it next week after payday comes, and then it'll take a week or 2 for it to come. And than a day or more to fix it because I'm a noob.It does look like good quality. If anyone decides to buy this kit, definitely post some pics with it installed.
I don't plan on changing mine out now since the weather's been whacky here and I'm sure there will be more rainy days to come.