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post #1 of 12 Old 06-30-2013, 11:53 PM Thread Starter
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WTB chain guard/wheel hugger

Just curious to see if anyone has one hanging around that they don't want. I recently discovered that I don't have one on my bike (PO must have taken it off). Haven't missed it up to this point, but figured if I could pick one up cheap I'll throw it on.

(note: I'm in Los Angeles)

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post #2 of 12 Old 07-01-2013, 04:56 AM
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I have a carbon look one I just took off mine and a carbon look belly pan to go with it, the hugger is dirty, but in good shape, and the belly pan has never been installed... Each are about 150 bucks new, but I'd be willing to go well south of that... Doesn't sound like you want to spend much, but it can't hurt to ask.
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I have a carbon look one I just took off mine and a carbon look belly pan to go with it, the hugger is dirty, but in good shape, and the belly pan has never been installed... Each are about 150 bucks new, but I'd be willing to go well south of that... Doesn't sound like you want to spend much, but it can't hurt to ask.
Hmm, that would be nice, but yeah, I just threw this out there to see if anyone wanted to ditch theirs at next to nothing. Thank you though.

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Yo Badmoon, let's talk about this belly pan and tail guard.

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I have a carbon look one I just took off mine and a carbon look belly pan to go with it, the hugger is dirty, but in good shape, and the belly pan has never been installed... Each are about 150 bucks new, but I'd be willing to go well south of that... Doesn't sound like you want to spend much, but it can't hurt to ask.
any pics of that hugger on the bike?

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I'll post up in the classifieds so its fair game for everyone and we don't thread jack any further

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Just curious to see if anyone has one hanging around that they don't want. I recently discovered that I don't have one on my bike (PO must have taken it off). Haven't missed it up to this point, but figured if I could pick one up cheap I'll throw it on.

(note: I'm in Los Angeles)
Hey bacis, I saw that you need a hugger in the Free Stuff / Pay It Forward thread.
I have a hugger somewhere in my garage. If you're not in a huge hurry, I can dig it out. It might take me a couple days to get it packaged up and mailed, but if you cover the shipping costs I'll give you the hugger for free.

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Not in a hurry at all, that would be great. Thank you! Just let me know what shipping to 90027 is gonna look like when you get around to it.

Cheers.

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Hey bacis, I saw that you need a hugger in the Free Stuff / Pay It Forward thread.
I have a hugger somewhere in my garage. If you're not in a huge hurry, I can dig it out. It might take me a couple days to get it packaged up and mailed, but if you cover the shipping costs I'll give you the hugger for free.
Very nice of you md!

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bacis, I tried to send a PM but that option isn't available for your profile...

It looks like USPS Standard Post will be $12, but I'll need to go to a post office to send it, there is no online postage option with that service. I could mail it Express or Priority from my office but the price would jump up to $34.

Send me your full mailing address and I'll get this sent out Standard Post sometime next week.

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I PMd you back, but let me know if it didn't work.

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