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    Hawk Hugger ?

    I know there are some Duc huggers that are really close to what the hawk needs. Does anyone know which ones?

    Durbahns is uber expensive.
    88 Hawk GT
    86 Suzuki FA50

    #2
    Close isn't good enough, unless you're handy and can 'make it fit'. I have one for a 916 I think. Total sh1t. Mind, it is a PowerBronze one.
    '95 ShaftHawk 650P>
    Front: Bros Mk2 front wheel; Mk1 forks; MetalGear disc; NC30 caliper; cb1 yoke.
    Breathing: Hacked up and shortened ART tri-can on collector and link pipe from DemonTweeks.
    Other: RGV bars; DefT dash; modded subframe; modded rearsets; relocated ignition.

    '91 Bros 650 Mk1>
    Currently off the road.

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      #3
      Re: Hawk Hugger ?

      Originally Posted by theclaxton
      I know there are some Duc huggers that are really close to what the hawk needs. Does anyone know which ones?

      Durbahns is uber expensive.
      Hord sells a carbon one that is made for the Hawk.
      Brandon


      88' (Gulf) Hawk GT
      and some non-Hawks...

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        #4
        I think the hugger Hord is selling is Durbahns.

        Fabbitappi started a thread about a fiberglass one his friend was working on, cheaper than carbon

        http://www.hawkgtforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=3067

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          #5
          Hord has the one made by Durbahn. you get what you pay for. his stuff is very nice. You could get it directly from Thorsten or get J.D. to order it for you...
          Rich G

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            #6
            I seem to remember that it was around $200 by the time it got up here... In my mind, not a bad price at all for a well made piece of carbon.

            Bill

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              #7
              http://www.hawkland.de/beatty/pg5.html

              second from the bottom is a Tri 595 hugger on a Hawk, but from what I remember, it requires fab'n up a 'U' shaped bracket to bridge the gap/differance in shape of the swingarms...
              Mike/Kilter
              They smile because I'm different--I laugh because they are all the same

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                #8
                Wish there was a hugger without a built-in chainguard... I'm planning on doing a through-the-swingarm brakeline.
                1988 "BlackHawk" project
                1989 "RallyHawk" is Chuck's now!
                1988 "The Gray" Tempest Gray Metallic stocker

                I can't tell you how peaceful it is. Shinya Kimura
                People who know ride Hawks. Riot

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                  #9
                  I had the opposite thought... Was glad it had a chain cover cause I was putting the line through the swingarm.

                  Turned out great... I'm quite happy to have the covereage.

                  Bill

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                    #10
                    Originally Posted by bill-ns
                    I had the opposite thought... Was glad it had a chain cover cause I was putting the line through the swingarm.

                    Turned out great... I'm quite happy to have the covereage.

                    Bill
                    Bill, I'm thinking the same...

                    Do you have any installed pis of yours?
                    Rich G

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