Fender straps are essential equipment for extreme enduro events. Kriega's unique design is a self supporting/semi-rigid solution, which is always easy to find and use. Be prepared for anything and save at the same time with a Haul loop combo. Includes one front & one rear haul loop for $70
There are 2 methods of fitting the front Haul Loop. Both use 2 x H-Duty cable ties:
Undo web on the stainless buckles. Wrap the web around the fork leg, directly under the lower triple-clamp. Re-thread the stainless buckles(making sure to feed the web back through the buckle to 'lock' it off). The loose end can be placed under the elastic-loop provided. To prevent the Haul Loop moving down the fork leg/s you need to use a cable tie in either 2 ways. The first method is to feed the cable tie through the small web-loop next to the stainless buckle. Connect the cable tie and tighten around the fork leg directly above the lower triple-clamp (this method is illustrated on the 'Haul Loop' page) Another method is to use 2 x cable ties linked together in a figure of eight behind the front light/number plastic (this method is shown on this page). The figure of eight method is a superior one, as you can fine tune the angle of the Haul Loop by decreasing the length/s of the cable ties. The shorter the tie the more elevated the Haul Loop will sit.
The fitting methods for the rear Haul Loop are more varied than for the front Haul Loop. The basic requirement is to get the strap around the rear sub-frame as easily as possible. Some applications may require the rear or side panels to be cut to allow the web to exit in the correct manner (holes in the fender plastic are best formed by a soldering iron)
NB - KTM EXC fitment is actually to the black plastic grab areas under the fender (slightly back from the end of the actual subframe).