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Blue Hugger from Frog

I received and installed my blue Ermax hugger from Frog Specialties: http://www.frogspecialties.com/index.php?categoryid=26

I called them because they didn't show a hugger painted candy plasma blue. They had a blue one in stock - $165 and it looks great and fits my 2009 Versys very well. They shipped on a Friday and I had it the following Tuesday.

The blue one isn't shown on their website - they are in the process of getting that updated.

Thanks to those who have posted elsewhere regarding huggers and Frog.

Dan
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-07-2009, 05:24 PM
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Looks good! Another happy Frog Specialties customer here...



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Darn you McVersys...Thought I was done farkleing my V, but nooooo, you have to show me something I have wanted sinse day 1 and didn't think existed without a bunch of rattlecans and grief...Well out comes the credit card and the call to Frog's....

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What is the purpose of this fender inside a fender?
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I asked myself the same question and then looked underneath the seat in front of the rear tire. There was quite a bit of road junk accumulated. There are some connectors and a heat sink under there that could accumulate dirt and moisture. My buddy has an 09 Ninja 650 and that comes with a small hugger - don't know why Kawasaki wouldn't put one on the V.

Plus I think it makes the bike look better.
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