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CHARGE Juicer mid 2010 questions

Charg0rCharg0r Posts: 6
edited February 2013 in Road buying advice
Hi all, I want to buy a secondhand CHARGE Juicer mid 2010. However the mudguards have been lost. I have searched the net for replacements but no joy.

I registered on the forum to get some help with this from experienced riders so I'm really hoping you guys are helpful.
Do you know If I can get some other mudguards that will fit?

Also, the bike cost £554.31 in July 2011, what is it's second hand value in used condition but with no apparent problems from multiple photos and with no mudguards?

Really appreciate your responces guys.


  • smidsysmidsy Posts: 5,273
    Personally I never pay more than 50% of the original value for used items and then you have to look at condition etc. so could go down from that.

    So £200 ish if perfect.

    Obviously that is not a scientifc valuation :P
    Yellow is the new Black.
  • Ok thanks, what about the mudguards, are you able to tell by looking at photos if it's no problem to get new ones?
  • smidsysmidsy Posts: 5,273
    I can not see any photos.
    Yellow is the new Black.
  • Charg0rCharg0r Posts: 6
    edited February 2013
    I know, I was asking if you could see them, would you be able to say or is it not that easy?

    Uploading photos now btw



  • smidsysmidsy Posts: 5,273
    Ahh a tricksey little hobittsies you are :-)

    Stick em on and lets have a butchers.
    Yellow is the new Black.
  • Not sure if you can see them but i just put them up
  • if the charge juicer has mudguard mounts then yes, you'll be able to fit full mudguards (the ones that give you most coverage, and are fixed permanently...although they do come off if you want :) )

    If it doesn't have mudguard mounts there are still plenty of options including crud road racer 2's and sks raceblades that will fit.

    If it had mudguards on to begin with then you'll 100% be able to get replacements - they are all standard fitting.

    you can always google for a bike shop that sells charge bikes new and ask them about it if you want the exact same mudguards as it came with
  • smidsysmidsy Posts: 5,273
    You have done a good job of not showing if there are eyelets on the forks and chainstays but there does seem plenty of clearance for mudguards.

    Looking at the photos I would offer him £150 max (that's just me though)
    Yellow is the new Black.
  • why so little?
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