Yeah!!! That was a fast (here available) fix, to get me away from too much mud in the rainy season! Its not there anymore ... but I plan to make my own fender from glass fibre and epoxy to get more protection against mud and dust — the two things that are here in Myanmar available for sure in plenty varieties.that's some pretty serious rear fender
I used a 50 by 50 cm Mitsubishi truck fender flap cut in half for my projectUp until a couple of years ago it was a requirement in Oz that the rear guard reached a line at 45 degrees to the horizontal projected from the rear spindle, with the rider on the bike.
And that guard is not far from there.
I was a regular occurrence for the cops to roll up to the cafe on a Sunday morning and issue default notices to anyone who's bike did nor comply which banned them from riding the bike until it did.
Good business for the cafe , they sold bike style extenders for around twice the Ebay price so everyone could drive home!
From memory they tucked up behind the number plate and were clamped / held by the rumber plate screws, but I never had to fit one.
A old auto mud flap would probably do the same thing if you are going on a muddy group run and don't want to roost your companions!