No real problem, but would have been easier if I had a rear stand (on back order....there's a surprise!). It attaches using the 2 screw holes that the hugger uses on the top of the swingarm, and the 2 under the swingarm that holds the cover for the rear brake line. No parts need to be removed as it fits over the little plastic chain guard.Ducs_Of_Hazzard said:Hi There:
Just a couple of questions... How was the install of the Carbon Fiber Swing Arm Protector? I'm assuming it's with 3M 2 sided tape and not bolt on!?
I put the Swing Arm Cover UNDER the Hugger, with the bolts down through both. To the eye you couldn't really tell if the Hugger looked out of true, but I ended up putting a small washer under the 3rd Hugger bolt to act as a spacer just in case.Ducs_Of_Hazzard said:Hey Tricolore!
Thanks for the reply! How does mounting to the 2 screw holes the hugger would mount to work if you have the hugger. Would you put the screws through the hugger and the swing arm cover? Which one would you put on top... Hugger on top of the swing arm cover? Or swing arm cover on top of hugger?
I guess if you were to put the hugger on top of the swing arm cover one side of the hugger would be a shade higher then the other and that may make it look a little weird when looking from behind of on top.
Nope, the Hugger is actually a seperate item from EmotoUK.com, which is pretty similar to the Shift-Tech one, if fact it may even be the same one.jlrogers said:the picture is pretty close but it looks like the hugger might be built in to the swingarm cover. that would be sweet if that's the case.
Here you go, some more pics for those that are interested.....Visitor Q said:I would like to see a picture back away from the swing arm of the whole bike please.