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Chain Slider please.

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skyerae
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Chain Slider please.

Post by skyerae on Sun 13 Mar 2016, 8:23 am

I am on the scrounge for a chain slider, the plastic part that protects the swing arm from the chain. Mine is worn quite a bit and is broken around where it is screwed onto the swing arm- nearer the back wheel. Happy to pay a reasonable price as well as for post and packaging. Can anyone please help......................?
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Re: Chain Slider please.

Post by cbeebies on Tue 15 Mar 2016, 7:15 pm

How do you remove it from the swing arm?
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skyerae
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Re: Chain Slider please.

Post by skyerae on Thu 17 Mar 2016, 5:54 am

From the Haynes Misinformation manual, it looks like you remove the screw and shouldered washer at the back of the slider (on top) and then it should unclip, there are three clips around the front of the chain slider, one on top, one at the bottom, and one right in the middle of the front of the swingarm. Hope this makes sense and the manual is not telling lies (again  Shocked)

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