Brake guards 99 yz250

If you don't mind plastic, I know partzilla (and ebay) sell an acerbis front disc guard for about $20. I was just looking at it last night for my 2000 yz.

I wonder though - it covers the whole disc unlike the stock guard, does the reduced air flow mean it isn't sufficiently cooled, or is that a non-issue for amatuer riders (like me lol) ?

I prefer plastic... I've seen some people bend those metal ones up pretty bad and do more damage then good. The plastic ones will do the same job and last just as long... JMHO though.

If they break you can replace it for the price your paying for one of those.

This is the one I run... It has held up to some nasty hits because it is flexible!

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