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  • Offline navigator1946   gb

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    Re: Who makes the best rear hugger
    Reply #8 on: Jan 16, 2022, 10.04 am
    Jan 16, 2022, 10.04 am
    However the photos do appear in the gallery under "Recent photos"!

    Quite how I've managed that, I really don't know!! Photos have always baffled me on here!

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    Re: Who makes the best rear hugger
    Reply #9 on: Jan 17, 2022, 07.21 pm
    Jan 17, 2022, 07.21 pm
    My bike came with what appears to be a Powerbronze hugger, which looks very sturdy. Having looked at some of the others (Pyramid, R&G, GP etc) I think this is the one I would have chosen anyway.



    But I do like the idea of the Pyramid's extra protection for the suspension linkage. I might look into bodging a rubber flap to do that job.

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    Re: Who makes the best rear hugger
    Reply #10 on: Jan 19, 2022, 11.27 pm
    Jan 19, 2022, 11.27 pm
    That certainly looks like a Powerbronze hugger.  Rigging up a lower flap of some flexible material should be easy enough.  Just mount it on the two bolts which afix the hugger to the swing arm. :028:

     



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