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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-13-2019, 11:08 AM Thread Starter
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Wanted, Rear hugger, (mudguard) for B4 Brutale 750

Does anyone have a carbon rear hugger for a B4 750 2005 that they want to sell? UK based.

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I am not familiar with the Brutale configuration, but I am able to offer an F41000R piece per pic:
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I can see the attachment point on the chainguard part, where is the other attachment point? Anyone know if the F1000R swingarm is the same as the Brutale, as far as the mounting points are concerned?

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I can see the attachment point on the chainguard part, where is the other attachment point? . . .
If you can enlarge this pic, you will note the mounting to the left of exhaust pipes.
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If it fits a first generation F4 it fits a first generation Brutale..... You will need to drill your swing arm for the well nuts.
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Yeah, I see it. From what I've read now about this, the early swing arms were not drilled to mount a hugger, so I would have to drill it, regardless of which hugger I use. Assuming it would otherwise fit, I am interested in this.

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I've a cf hugger too, it's not the one piece with chain gaurd style. Pics at weekend

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