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What Side chassis protector options do I have

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I notice the sides of my Painted Steel frame on my 2006 WR is getting rubbed off by my bike boots , what is out there that i can put to protect this? I have found yamaha protectors but for only older Yz's

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I have Acerbis plastic frame protectors on my 03, they're nice and tall, protecting most all of the frame in that area :thumbsup:

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I put some duct tape on mine. the tape is black and it does the job. At the end of the ride, I take it off.

Its cheap, but it works. Sometimes I have to use a little solvent to remove the glue from the tape (that or a little gasoline works great)

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Your local Moto shop will have sheets of clear tape... may be too late to retain that New Blue look though. I used this & aluminum frame guards from day 1... perfect combo, still looks new.

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I used to use the clear plastic leftovers from my number plate covers. worked great.

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clear tape is definately too late, paint is rubbed off already, does anyone make any kind of cover? and can i buy some touch-up paint or get a code so i can mix some at the local paint shop.

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I did, they only listed them for certain year yz's no listings for wr, do you have the part numbers that fit the 05/06 WR's??

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