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I have the Texas Fairing Hugger.  This page is more to show you what the hugger looks like and where it fastens than to show you how to put it on.  It's not rocket science and only 3 bolts.  

Texas Fairing's hugger is quality made with Fiberglass.  The Paint job was good although the color is not a perfect match but it is pretty close.  Installation was fairly easy.  I like it because not that many people have them.  If I had it to do again I would go with the TARGA or Eurobikes Hugger.

Here is what arrived in the mail.

A bottom picture

Start by taking the OEM chain guard off.

The only minor difficult part of this is the plastic pop rivet.  

Just use a small phillips and push down on the center pin then the sucker slides right out


Next Slide the Hugger into place and put the two chain guard screws through the holes in the hugger.

Do Not tighten them at this time!!


Place the bracket (provided) on the right side down frame of the swing arm.

Insert the bolt and attach the nut to the bolt
Everything can now be tightened up. 

 I had to do a ton of adjusting to get the hugger to sit straight and off of the tire.  The gap between the tire and the hugger should be between 1/8 - 1/4 of an inch.

I used some furniture felt to get the final alignment.

Left side final product

Right Side final product

Feedback is always appreciated.

 E-mail me and let me know what you think

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