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Offline HKP

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Busy Day fitting the nice stuff.
on: April 19, 2013, 01:48:48 PM
This is the first time I have fitted SW-Motech products to my bike and have to say they make quality parts through and through, no fighting with bolt holes that don't quite line up or badly made parts. Other aftermarket companies please take note, it can be made to fit first time.

I fitted

SW-Mothech Center stand and Bash plate
Puig Hugger
R&G Frame Bungs
R&G Radiator Guard
Nav-halter and Garmin 660

All with minutes to spare before the rain and wind came and spoiled my trip to perthshire.
















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Offline steve

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Re: Busy Day fitting the nice stuff.
Reply #1 on: April 19, 2013, 02:07:09 PM
You have been busy !
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The hugger looks easy to fit.

Nice campervan by the way !

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Offline frank_b

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Re: Busy Day fitting the nice stuff.
Reply #2 on: April 19, 2013, 05:15:17 PM
Nice  :062:

Nav halter looks nice also, I am thinking where to place mine, gonna use the search here and decide then.
Was thinking to place it lower but this looks very nice
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Offline Carl

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Re: Busy Day fitting the nice stuff.
Reply #3 on: April 20, 2013, 02:51:10 AM
 :0461:  Nice.   :001:

I too was very impressed with the quality of the SW-Motech bash plate I installed a couple of weeks ago.  I like the look of the Trekker bags you have and think I'll put my order in this week.

Cheers, Carl  :002:

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Re: Busy Day fitting the nice stuff.
Reply #4 on: April 20, 2013, 09:17:33 AM
I have the SW-Motech Navi holder on the handlebar and it is very good and no vibration. How is the vibration with the Navi mounted up high :261:

I love the look of the bash-plate - added it to my shopping list.

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Re: Busy Day fitting the nice stuff.
Reply #5 on: April 20, 2013, 12:32:35 PM
Steve the hugger would have been even easier were it not for my big fingers!!  :001:

You got me stumped with your second comment, what do you know about my van?  :435:


*Originally Posted by steve [+]
You have been busy !
 :028:
The hugger looks easy to fit.

Nice campervan by the way !

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Re: Busy Day fitting the nice stuff.
Reply #6 on: April 20, 2013, 12:59:06 PM
Doc
       i like the high up position for the Garmin as its just on the edge of your line of sight, there is a small amount of vibration but does not affect its use in any way.


*Originally Posted by Doc [+]
I have the SW-Motech Navi holder on the handlebar and it is very good and no vibration. How is the vibration with the Navi mounted up high :261:

I love the look of the bash-plate - added it to my shopping list.

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Re: Busy Day fitting the nice stuff.
Reply #7 on: April 20, 2013, 01:59:27 PM
*Originally Posted by HKP [+]
Steve the hugger would have been even easier were it not for my big fingers!!  :001:

You got me stumped with your second comment, what do you know about my van?  :435:
Mate, if you click on one of your photo's, your photobucket album comes up. I guess you didn't know about that then ! :038: