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    Supporting Vendor Greetings from Amsterdam
    Greetings from Amsterdam
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    thought there was a strange smell when I open this page
    welcome aboard PONG!
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    Commuter Extraordinaire Greetings from Amsterdam
    Greetings from Amsterdam
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    Welcome. Went to Amsterdam when I was 25. Almost 25 years ago. I was in the army and myself and a bunch of my buddies decided to take a road trip on a long weekend. Good times. Hope you enjoy the forum.

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    Welcome from Semmes, Alabama, USA

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    Howdy from Texas.
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    welcome aboard the forum. From san francisco, california, USA.

    Regarding huggers: PUIG, R&G, pyramid, factory M that come to mind.

    *One of our members (n30r3l0ad3d) had troubles mounting the R&G.
    He then went to PUIG and fitted perfectly. Here is the link for the install: https://nc700-forum.com/forum/how-tos...r-install.html

    **I went with factory M. The hugger is lightweight, covers alot of area compared to others. Has a glossy finish to it.

    ***I must admit, the puig is very nice hugger !

    Ken
    Last edited by kjang; 3rd October 2013 at 05:34. Reason: add

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    Senior Member Greetings from Amsterdam Cyclerosis's Avatar
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    Greetings and welcome from West Virginia. You may have mis-typed the 'B' in your handle though. Came through as a 'P'.

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    Don't forget Skidmarx hugger, I hope to get one soon.

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    Welcome. I went to Amsterdam in 1979 & 1988 when I was stationed in Europe. Beautiful city, I toured it by boat. I hadn't seen a white NC700X before, that looks good.

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    Welcome to the Ride Pong, and a hearty welcome from northern IDAHO USA!!! :{)

    I installed a homemade mud flap-rear shock cover instead. The flower pot i cut it from was $free.99! I'll dig up a pic and post it for you to see, turned out pretty slick imho.
    :{p

    Here is a link to one of the homemade Farkle threads.= Homemade farkels/accessories thread

    Here is a pic of the completed mud flap. :{P
    Greetings from Amsterdam-homemade-plastic-rear-shock-protector-jpg

    Greetings from Amsterdam-homemade-plastic-rear-shock-protector2-jpg
    Last edited by Rapturee; 18th May 2019 at 16:21. Reason: added link and pic
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    I think I'll try that. For now I've got a duct tape hugger. I first tried duct tape 10-11 years ago on my Vstrom & it's still on. Rear shock is still clean. Heavy duty 3" wide, folded once. I hope my pic doesn't rotate again. Greetings from Amsterdam-img_0226-jpg

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