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This is ONE new old stock short fender for bicycle that has a narrow tire, like 27 x 1 1/4 tires and other narrow tires. It is made of chrome plated steel. The brand is WALD. This is the only one we have.
We have had this fender for many years. There are a many small scratches on the fender, but the scratches are not noticeable unless you are close to the fender. There are a few small rust speck on the fender and they are also not noticeable unless you are close to the fender. There is a rust spot near the bottom of the bracket. This fender does not look as good as it did when it was first made, but it does not look bad.
The color is silver. The length of the fender is about 10 1/2". The width of the fender is about 1 3/4".
Look at the picture and you can see a bracket on top on the fender. If your bicycle has side pull caliper brakes, the bolt that holds the brake arms on the bicycle goes through the hole in the fender bracket to hold the fender on. If you have some other kind of brakes, your bicycle may or may not have holes that you can use to bolt the fender onto the bike. Bolts are not included as no bolts are needed if you have the usual kind of side pull caliper brakes where the brake arm has a center bolt that goes through a hole in your fork or in your rear frame above the wheel.
The hole in the bracket is about 1/2" long and 1/4" wide. The distance from the fender to the top of the hole is about 7/8". Please use these measurements to see if this fender would fit on your bicycle as there may be some bicycles that it would not fit because the bracket might bee too short or too long.