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MudSling Splash Guard for BMW F800GS/A, F700GS & 650GS Twins by MachineartMoto

MudSling Splash Guard for BMW F800GS/A, F700GS & 650GS Twins by MachineartMotoMudSling Splash Guard for BMW F800GS/A, F700GS & 650GS Twins by MachineartMotoMudSling Splash Guard for BMW F800GS/A, F700GS & 650GS Twins by MachineartMotoMudSling Splash Guard for BMW F800GS/A, F700GS & 650GS Twins by MachineartMotoMudSling Splash Guard for BMW F800GS/A, F700GS & 650GS Twins by MachineartMoto
MudSling Splash Guard for BMW F800GS/A, F700GS & 650GS Twins by MachineartMotoSend to a Friend
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MudSling Splash Guard for 2007~2015 F800/700/650GS model years. It does not fit the F800GS/ADV by MachineartMoto

MudSling™ protects the rear shock, swingarm, and the surrounding area from rocks, tar, and mud accumulation. Installion is simple, taking about 10 minutes and mounts securely with two screws to the frame and unobtrusive zip ties to the side frame rails. MudSling™ works with both standard and ESA suspensions and leaves sufficient clearance for knobbies. It is molded in high impact ABS plastic with a semi-matte texture.

This MudSling Splash Guard is specifically designed to fit all BMW F800GS Twins, 650GS Twins, and some F700GS Twins. It is custom designed to deflect mud, water, and rocks, kicked up by the rear tire, away from your suspension, undercarriage, pant legs, and boots. The MudSling is not only effective but it looks great when installed.

Protect your expensive and critical rear shock, undercarriage, pant legs, and boots from dirty muck and rock dings.

* HIGH IMPACT ABS PLASTIC
* MATTE BLACK FINISH
* EASY INSTALLATION
* BOLTS UP TO EXISTING THREADS (NO DRILLING REQUIRED)
* FITS F800GS, F700GS, & F650GS TWIN.

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I got the part BMW forgot. Perfect fit and finish. Easy install too. If you plan on taking your 800 off pavement, you'll want one. Plenty of clearance for knobs. Bolts up using existing threads, no drilling. Very well thought out.
Frank Reinbold
New Jersey