OW Overhaul Project: Concave Footpads MK II, Aluminum Footstops, 3 piece fender with BBQ Paint



  • @wr420 @Aaron-Broward-FL Thanks..yea, I think taking the mods for a test ride in the desert for a few days really added to that post apocalyptic effect lol

    @cr4p Thanks, next I think I'll strip all the paint off the rim to see if it looks good, if it doesn't I'll just spray it with BBQ paint...



  • Jesus, you nailed it bro! Looks so F*ing cool!! @No



  • @No This is the coolest thing I have ever seen!!! I hope we get to shred together during the Apocalypse!!! And that the apocalypse part is anticlimactic and we get to keep shredding forever!!!
    〰️🌎〰️⚛️🕉️✡️☸️☯️✝️☦️☪️☮️🕎♻️🐙〰️🌎〰️!!!!



  • @ashewheeler haha, sounds good man



  • Onewheel Road Warrior! Awesome?



  • Next Level



  • @No you gotta post video of this beast already! I'm also curious on how the mini fenders are holding up and if your thoughts have changed.

    I love the look as well, even the copycat "Jyro" seemed to go this route. I'd love @njcustom opinion on it too. I remember you considered making a set using brushes or something.

    Just love the naked look much more than fender. But I want clean pants :)

    0_1487046563467_jyro1.png 0_1487046567594_jyro3.png



  • @braswell someone on the forums tried it with one of my fenders and I don't believe it worked.. that's what's great about the magnetic feature, you can install it in the blink of an eye..



  • @njcustom said in OW Overhaul Project: Concave Footpads MK II, Aluminum Footstops, 3 piece fender with BBQ Paint:

    @braswell someone on the forums tried it with one of my fenders and I don't believe it worked.. that's what's great about the magnetic feature, you can install it in the blink of an eye..

    Yea, that was me lol

    @braswell the main issue with mini-fenders is that the rear-facing fender takes the debris that typically ends up on the footpad or shoe...and deflects a portion of it directly against your front leg. Looking at that JYRO image, notice the angle of the mini-fender, that's the angle debris will fly, not all of it, just some. Essentially it trades a dirty shoe/footpad for junk randomly tapping against one of your legs. That being said, the forward-facing fender works perfectly at keeping junk off your forward shoe/footpad. In the end, it ends up being a compromise that's only slightly better than no fender at all but looks cool. Regarding the brush idea, I decided not to follow up on that because the brushes would be full of worm meat and mud after a couple rides.



  • @No worm meat, yumm 😂😂


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