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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-13-2011, 06:04 AM Thread Starter
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1090RR Hugger

Can you buy a plastic hugger for the new Brutale ?

I know you can get carbon but having worked in the Composite Industry for 20 years i see enough of it during the day thank you.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-13-2011, 01:31 PM
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I got one for my 989R two weeks ago through my dealer who ordered it through motogb (MV distributors). It cost 33.00. Alot cheaper than I thought it would be, really pleased.
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Can you buy a plastic hugger for the new Brutale ?

I know you can get carbon but having worked in the Composite Industry for 20 years i see enough of it during the day thank you.

Steve
My local dealer sells the plastic ones (bennetts), about 30 I think.

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how does the hugger attach? do you have to remove the wheel to bolt it in place?

can you find out if the hugger will fit a 1090? thanks.
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how does the hugger attach? do you have to remove the wheel to bolt it in place?

can you find out if the hugger will fit a 1090? thanks.
You need to take the wheel off and you need 3 x M5 well-nuts (8mm OD) to fit into the holes in the swing arm.
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Sure there is a thread on here where somebody did it without removing the rear wheel (old models) A cut down allen key was all that was required and I would have thought that the new longer swinging arm wouldn't make this any more difficult... TBH it's a 10 minute job to remove the wheel so good opportunity to give a clean round from not having had a hugger
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Yes it will fit a 1090RR.
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