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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-31-2016, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Rear hugger that also covers the rear shock?

The standard (tiny) hugger doesn't prevent any clart from getting into the lower end of the rear shock...does anyone make anything that goes further down than the standard kit - protecting the suspension?

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Not that ive seen. There are a few brands of seperate "shock covers" out there though that are not too expensive.

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I extended mine with a piece of mudflap material about 4" long and it does the job nicely.
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Any pics?

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Any pics?
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I attached it to the hugger using a couple of stainless M4 fasteners.

I did something similar to the front mudguard as well so stop spray coming up by the dash and hitting my face!

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