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Can anyone confirm a T15 Terrier rear mudguard

I have a shed load of Tiger Cub parts and initially I mistook this mudguard from a Tiger Cub however it has stay brackets fitted and I now suspect it is off a T15 Terrier, can anyone confirm this for me. It has been cut down at the frame upright end.
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Terrier mudguards didn't have the centre raised seam area. Bonkers really as the Terrier was identical otherwise to the cub.
I can photograph a cub one (plunger ) on a bike bit it would take time as it's behind another bike in the garage
Have you tried looking at parts books or greystones site?

Ps terriers were plumb/ red and Cubs blue

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Ah yes, I have checked Greystone's site but the pictures aren't that good. I think it might be early Cub plunger frame guard
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I have a plunger cub so will try to take a picture this lunchtime
But the chain side is near the wall so might be tricky

I think the guard will have a recess for the chain run . Terrier probably had the coil mounted on the other side of the guard- mine (56) is under the saddle
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https://www.princeton.edu/ssp/56-ter...epartslist.pdf

Maybe a 57-58 cub? The first swing arm bikes looked like a modified plunger bike. Once the bikini came in the guards were short (3/4) and had a metal shield down near the chain to fill the gap. I have a 59-60 bikini guard in the shed . If you squint at it it looks like a bobbed Harley thing
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I am inclined to think it is a cut down Tiger Cub 1953-56 plunger (F3677) mudguard as in the Parts Catalogue 3. The early twin shock bikes wouldn't have had mudguard stay brackets attached.
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Definitely not a 55 Terrier rear mudguard. The Terrier was not symmetrical at the engine end,,,it narrowed at the mudguard and no inside ridge.
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