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Chain guard extension


filo79

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Hi, is there a way to "extend" the chain guard or protect the trousers from being damaged / get dirty from chain  contact via this area ? 
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You could try motorcycle overpants.  If your pants are getting into the chain, I would worry about more than just getting them dirty. 

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Hi, is there a way to "extend" the chain guard or protect the trousers from being damaged / get dirty from chain  contact via this area ? 

 
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On my Triumph Tiger, I extended the rear of the chain guard about 2", by riveting a piece of plastic to the original. If you're talking about the countershaft area, I haven't done one in that area, but I don't see why it wouldn't work.
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Hi, is there a way to "extend" the chain guard or protect the trousers from being damaged / get dirty from chain  contact via this area ? 

To upload pics, please click the button that says "add image to post" . WE only want HTTPS links on the forum please. Soon, all non https links will be deleted from the forum for everyones protection.  
 

I'm sorry but from my office i can't use Postimage as image hosting service (blocked by company firewall) :( 
The R&G solution is good, but quite expensive.... i've a question, when the swingarm moves up and down, will the extended guard touch the sprocket cover ? 
 
 
 
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