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When I built the bike a few years ago I had to make a little bracket to mount from the front of the chain guard onto the swinging arm close to the shock end behind the left rear footrest hanger ,I'm guessing I have the wrong guard or mine has been damaged , the bracket got mangled yesterday ,I could make another but I would prefer a decent chain guard . If someone could confirm that there shouldn't be a bracket in there then I'll search for a guard . If anyone has one for sale ( cheap ) I'd take it Thumbup
Chain guard should be the same on the 88/89/90 models and also the DR600
New one from those thieves at Suzuki over £81!
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I'll have a hunt on fleabay , does the guard bolt onto the front of the swinging arm with no bracket ? mine is short and needs a small metal tab to make it fit does the SR43 one fit ??
SR43 is different.
Yours shouldn`t need a bracket, so it must be off something else.
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Yes I saw that earlier
Hessler sells a stainless one if that's your bag?
Not sure of my donor bike had one, will check tonight.
Cheers
I had a Hessler one, but due to the cut out letters DR BIG being so close to each other, lots of cracks appeared between them which compromised the integrity of the guard. ie. it was about to fall to bits. It also didn`t cover as much area as OE so still got chain oil fling from the back.
Went back to OE after that.
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BigBob Wrote:I had a Hessler one, but due to the cut out letters DR BIG being so close to each other, lots of cracks appeared between them which compromised the integrity of the guard. ie. it was about to fall to bits. It also didn`t cover as much area as OE so still got chain oil fling from the back.
Went back to OE after that.
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I'm not mad on dr emblazoned stuff but interesting to hear of its failure. Could have been an iffy scenario.
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