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Dear all,
I don't own an MV ..... yet, but having been looking at the photos of them, does not the belly pan collect dirt and gravel? Does anyone make a 100 - 120 hugger? Seems a slightly longer at the top hugger would also stop road rubbish being flung over into the rear suspension area too.

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No they don't collect much other than oil .... oops, did I say that out loud.

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No they don't collect much other than oil .... oops, did I say that out loud.
I've seen them collect conrods too Donsy

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Ever since taking the diaper off all I have is the occasional bit of road tar being flung up on the exhaust. Well, that and dirty water when its wet out, makes for an interesting smell.

I guess a bit of grit and gravel collects in the dip in the swing-arm but its not much.


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huggers are totally ineffective at either keeping stuff off the suspension

or the back of my leathers

there is a slot in the bottom of the belly pan to let gravel, oil and connecting rods

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