rear huggers

Discussion in 'Gear & Accessories' started by slopoke, Feb 27, 2006.

  1. slopoke

    slopoke New Member

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    I have 2005 vfr and I am looking for a good place to buy a rear hugger, any suggestions?
     
  2. Legs

    Legs New Member

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    95 rear hugger

    After someone finds a 2005 hugger for Slopoke, tell me where you can find one that doesn't look like a barn door for a 95!

    I've got a cool hugger and tag bracket for my SV, but have had little luck for 95VFR.
     
  3. vulture

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  5. Budah1

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    rear hugger

    I purchased the pyramid hugger from Dynohumm. It is a quality product and would recommend it.
     
  6. vulture

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    Does the rear brake line attach to it like it does to the stock chain guard? If not, then what did you do with the brake line? Any pictures?
     
  7. todes69

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    I purchased one from Red-Fox.com for my '03. They show one for the '05.
    the One I bought bolts over the brake lines on the swingarm using two of the existing holes. It also uses a zip-tie (wire tie, plastic strap, whatever) to attach the front of the huger to the arm.
    It took me longer to remove the protective plastic than it took to install.
     
  8. Davidvfr

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    I also bought a hugger from these guys. Very quick delivery, (they're in the U.K. & I'm in Australia.) Haven't fitted it yet, hopefully that will happen next week.
     
  9. justin.fojtik

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    Rear hugger

    I just bought one from Simpson Detour its a red-fox and it was the cheapest place i found to get one. Its coming from Europe so I dont know how long it will take to get here.
     
  10. drewl

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    There are plenty of rear huggers available in San Francisco for 20 dollars. Or so I've heard.
     
  11. Rollin_Again

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    Contact user RIVCYKO. I know he was making custom huggers for a while last year and they looked really sharp. He is more active on VFRD forums than he is here. He was making them in different colors and I saw a blue one on a RWB Anniversary Edition not long ago and it looked really sharp.

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    Regards,
    Rollin
     
  12. FJ12rydertoo

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    I've got a carbon fiber Harris hugger that works very well. Got it through a group buy from the VFR e-mail list about 6 years ago.
     
  13. Knife

    Knife New Member

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    Hee hee hee...
     
  14. NorcalBoy

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    ....FIXT.....
     
  15. justin.fojtik

    justin.fojtik New Member

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    Todes69,

    I just ordered the same hugger you did and I was wondering how long it took for it to get to you. Did you order it from SIDE?

    Justin
     
  16. btay67

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    Thats just wrong....funny! but just plain wrong..............:thumbsup:

    Nice touch throwing in the "Or so I've heard." :eek:
     
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