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Thread: 2016 AFRICA TWIN HUGGER

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    2016 AFRICA TWIN HUGGER

    Ado,

    Had my bike for nearly two weeks and it's absolutely great.
    Is anyone manufacturing a rear hugger yet?
    I have tried to find one but had no success.

    Robin

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    Glad to hear your enjoying the bike Robin, mine is booked in for it's first service on Saturday, Lovin it so far. I've not seen a hugger as yet......

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    Not seen one as yet matey, glad your enjoying it
    Rob
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    I don't know if you're still looking for one as this was posted over a year ago but:
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_f...ugger&_sacat=0

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    I bought this one off E Bay, it was supposed to be Carbon, it was fibre glass/carbon, not badly made, but it didn't fit without a lot of work making spacers etc, and drilling extra holes, Should have sent it back I know, But I eventually made it fit and it works a treat, keeps most of the muck from my trousers,

    I've just bought a Carbon rear tank cover From Ilmberger for my S1000XR just beautiful and fits like a dream quality superb ,

    I'd ask Performance Parts 01327 706139 if they do a rear hugger yet for the Africa Twin, They didn't 12 months ago, but you never know, and it aint going to be cheap, lol


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