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    "No-Fender" Tail Tidy for Triumph Twins

    Brand: Motone
    €129,- In stock
    Tail-tidy panel for a "no-fender" short rear on Bonneville, Thruxton and Scrambler. LED tail-light included (choice of two designs).
    4 variations
    Article number
    CBS001

    Product description

    Application
    - Bonneville all versions (2001-2016, 790/865cc)
    - Thruxton 900 all versions (2004-2016, 865cc)
    - Scrambler 900 all versions (2006-2016, 865cc)

    See here for the equivalent kit for 2016+ water-cooled Twins.

    Description
    Aluminium "tail-tidy" panel and fitting kit, powder-coated baked paint for the same finish as the bike's factory frame, with indicator brackets included. Includes an LED tail light (different designs available), the perfect combination of retro looks and modern technology.

    All lights offer position light, brake light and license plate illumination. 

    Also includes the "plug & play" wiring loom will save you an hour of trying to connect electrical cables.

    Essential for a credible "café racer" look, a short rear without a mudguard is achieved by replacing the original fender with a panel that is virtually invisible but protects the underside of the saddle and harness.

    Compatible with a luggage rack, passenger handle or sissy-bar, but in these cases you cannot use the indicator mounting points from this kit, you will need to fit the indicators on the top of the shock absorbers (see here).

    Fitting
    Easy installation with basic tools. Requires no modification of the bike (uses existing fixings points on the frame), completely reversible assembly.

    12 month warranty.

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    4.7 from 5Based on 3 reviews
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    4 from 5
    Bon produit et belle finition mais des résistances étaient nécessaires pour un bon fonctionnement.
    Posted by: Rolfo on 14 April 2022
    5 from 5
    Livraison rapide. Produit conforme de qualité. Montage facile. A voir à l'usage.
    Posted by: Luydlin on 6 January 2022
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