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Tire Hugger for a pre-98 750 Kat ?????

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  • Tire Hugger for a pre-98 750 Kat ?????

    I know that there as post at one time for installing a tire hugger from another bike to out Kats. I can't find it. If someone remembers where it is, or if there is a tire hugger for a pre-98 Kat please let me know.

    Thanks



    1995 750 Katana
    Yosh exhaust, K&N Jet Kit, K&N Pod Filters, and Corbin seat

  • #2
    Something about an SV650 hugger fitting with some modification I think , and maybe a Bandit one , too . Maybe that'll help ?
    I am a fluffy lil cuddly lovable bunny , dammit !



    Katrider's rally 2011 - md86

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    • #3
      SV650 -> you have to cut a spot for the brake arm(green circle) and drill and tap to bolt the bracket on the swing arm(yellow circle)

      PAUL
      93 GSXF6 PIX.

      "Opinions are like A$$holes, Everybody has one"

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      • #4
        Tire hugger for pre-98 Kat

        I thought it was for the SV-650, but was not sure.


        Thanks



        1995 750 Katana

        Yosh Exhaust, K&N Jet Kit, K&N Pod Filters, and Corbin seat

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        • #5
          I installed an early model Bandit 600 hugger to my 1996 600 Katana... I had to trim a little off the back of the hugger to pass over the chain and brake arm but I was able to use the original bracket and holes to mount it. I did have to tack weld the bracket to the outside of my swingarm. Check out my photo profile to see pictures of the hugger.....8)

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          • #6
            ...what model year for the sv650 should i look for?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by emerson7
              ...what model year for the sv650 should i look for?
              I'm guessing any of the newer model SV650. mine was for a 99 SV650.
              PAUL
              93 GSXF6 PIX.

              "Opinions are like A$$holes, Everybody has one"

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              • #8
                SV650 mmm

                Now that looks GREAT!.. I'll need to see if I can find me an SV now..Anyone know where I can find one in Australia??
                300 days of sun in a year, 25 degrees celcius average, numerous great riding roads and bikes everywhere! Cairns should be called riders paradise.

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                • #9
                  I just got an 89 gixxer 750 reaer hugger, although not installed yet looks as if it should fit

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                  • #10
                    I was wondering about those..
                    I was looking for a new fender..
                    Let us know if it fits

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                    • #11
                      got it temp mounted until i finish a few minor details, it is actually a pretty smooth install with the 89 gixxer 750 hugger. since i am only in college and this computer concept is new to me i couldnt upload pics so here is a link

                      http://photos.yahoo.com/blades_hockey12

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                      • #12
                        I looked up the SV 650 tire hugger and it shows that it has a chain guard what did you do with the chain guard did you keep it or did you cut it off

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