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Is BBR the only company that makes chain guides for the TTR 125? The $70 price tag BBR is asking seems a little much to me. Is a chain guide worth it if I am going to keep my TTR 125 for years to come?

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i been lookin around it seems they are the ONLY ones that make a chain guide for this bike. Im not paying 70 bucks just becuase it bbr.

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There is another company who makes chain guides for the TTR125s. Do some searching on TT and you'll find them. I forgot who made them though, sorry.

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I believe Precision Racing Components (PRC) makes one. I have seen one of there's on Ebay once before, and I think I have seen one in person. Call them up, not sure how much cost?

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T.M. Design Makes one for the TTR125. I have one on my TTR125. Uses a chain roller Design, works okay but alittle noisy when the chain hits the roller on deceleration. About $50.00... a slider type would be allittle quieter. I like though the way it tucks up higher than the BBR Unit.

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I was feeling the very same way, there is no way I am paying $70 for a chain guard. They help out sooo much, but that is money that I don't have, and when I get the money, there is no way a chain guard is on the top of my mind. Just like said above PRC does make one, and I think they cost like $60, so not much luck there either. I have been looking around and when I find one, I will let you know.

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