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Ronnie Mac

Chain wear on sub-frame and frame

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After seeing wear, and hearing the slaps on the sub and main frame, :) I adjusted the chain to the min slack. It took care of it, exept under low rpm excel. Anyone have a cure for this?

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As previous post shows, there is a link to Motoman393's forum for a quick, cheap fix. You can also replace the stock swingarm buffer with one from TMDesignworks. Twice as thick and doesn't shuffle back and forth like the stocker does.

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Thanks everyone for your response.I will let you all know if this mod works for me. It might be a day or to to let this cold air to pass threw. Thanks again for your time. :)

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Ditto Dave. I have had my TM design slider on for almost a year. It does not slide and does very well at protecting the swingarm. It is very thick compared to the stock unit. :)

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Hey Indy most of the wear is on the alum sub-fram suport,left of the swing arm. Is this the wear everyone else is talking about? On mine the chain slaps to the side. :)

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No they are talking about the actual swingarm wearing under the stock slider due to chain slap and the fact that the stock unit slides around a lot. Your issue is something different. :)

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