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    Posted: 22 Nov 2017 at 12:20
Removed the plastic hugger from the swing arm and it's not going back on, it traps all the road crud underneath and had worn the paint off where it had been rubbing, I've ordered a carbon fibre rear fender from Ghezzi Brian to go in it's place, this will match the front mudguard and GB bellypan, had the swing arm off and resprayed with Hammerite smooth, the aftermarket exhaust hangers are made for a Ducati but fit the V11 a treat, I have a pair of Delkevic S/S silencers to fit 
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Hammerite smooth great choice Hanger's
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Looks good, am going to remove my rear hugger as well, did you get the new one from ghezzi Brian yet!!. Always wanted to change for the carbon fibre one, but so hard to find.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Steve S Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Dec 2017 at 10:02
Hi Gary , yes fitted the Ghezzi Brian hugger it cost one arm and one leg £200 inc post, I'll get a photo of it
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Here it is
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Looks good, Does it use the existing screw holes for the plastic guard.
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No it has a steel bracket which is fixed by the long shock bolt
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Looks like I need to order one. The plastic guard is just   
Thanks for the info Steve and have a great new year.
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