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    Default Suzuki Eco 110CC rear mudguard problem.

    Dear friends,

    As the Suzuki bike riders know that it has an inherent problem with rear mudguard that its length is short as compare with honda and others. As a result, the drops of mud/water fell on to the back of rider. Is there any solution for this problem? Some body did any good job with mudguard, or Suzuki made any change in mudguard?.

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    I cannot understand the problem properly perhaps? but instaling a bigger mudflap should resolve the problem.. no big deal.

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    bro, rubber ka koi piece Round cut kar k laga do,,, many people did that for 70 front mudguards, as water flows up

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    i think u r talking about rear tire touching mudguard on bumps especially with pillion.
    u can use shocks bracket to enhance distance b\w them like @ scorpian bro did with his Sp125.
    But rear would be lifted to some height.
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