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    Quote Originally Posted by albogg View Post
    don`t no what all the fuss is about, if its raining you get wet its simple. have been out and come back wet through so what if i get a wet arse. have you all gone soft.
    Dislikes mud spraying on you = soft. Flawless logic there mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albogg View Post
    don`t no what all the fuss is about, if its raining you get wet its simple. have been out and come back wet through so what if i get a wet arse. have you all gone soft.
    LOL

    no I just do not like having brown skid-marks on my rear end from the mud and s***e that's thrown up at me

    nothing wrong with getting wet in rain, do that most days here in UK

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    A rear end like this should do the trick if you are really bothered about a wet back / dirty CB :
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    Nothing wrong with a muddy backside




































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    Quote Originally Posted by DELuth View Post
    Nothing wrong with a muddy backside




































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    Put that tail tidy back on PDQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by COLVERT View Post
    I have the original tail end plus the same make hugger as in the previous picture and I get virtually No spray hitting my back. It must change the air flow somehow.--

    Having been caught in the rain a good few times in the 6 years I've owned the bike the back of my jacket has not needed cleaning. Flies off the front but nowt off the back.




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    Sorry to necro, but what rear hugger is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by COLVERT View Post
    I have the original tail end plus the same make hugger as in the previous picture and I get virtually No spray hitting my back. It must change the air flow somehow.--

    Having been caught in the rain a good few times in the 6 years I've owned the bike the back of my jacket has not needed cleaning. Flies off the front but nowt off the back.




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    The passenger seat on my bike stays like this ( clean. ) all of the time. It's had no more than one wipe over every year during 8 years and 20,000 miles on the road.

    It's a Skidmarx hugger.


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    Quote Originally Posted by COLVERT View Post
    The passenger seat on my bike stays like this ( clean. ) all of the time. It's had no more than one wipe over every year during 8 years and 20,000 miles on the road.

    It's a Skidmarx hugger.


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    Thanks for the info. I went back to look again and at Golgarth's post. Still can't see the name there. I'm probably need reading glasses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 919toCB1R View Post
    Thanks for the info. I went back to look again and at Golgarth's post. Still can't see the name there. I'm probably need reading glasses.
    Identical Hugger to mine-------Skidmarx.----------
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    remember when motorcycles had rear fenders? some still do...

    piling the mileage on...

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