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No $$ for a chain guide??? Read This!!!!!

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Ok, so you can't afford 70 smackers for a chain guide. Make you own. This is a great "how to" that this guy Cameron Carr sent me a long time ago. It's for an XR100, but it's pretty much the same deal as a TTR, you just need to make some adjustments. Everything can be found from scraps and your mom's old (or not so old) cutting board.

http://www.socalxrs.com/chainguide1.htm

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first off that is nice :thumbsup: do you know if the bolt patern is different or if it needs to be lower for a larger sprocket than on the 100? it looks like the top is a bit wide, might just look like that tho, i think i might have to try that thanks for the links! :ride:

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That is sweet, I might just try that. Oh, and does he know how to build a frame cradle? That would be cool too. Thanks for the link

Making a frame cradle is fairly easy as long as you have the meterials and machines to do so at hand.

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Excellent post!!! If someone does do this can they be so kind as to put the new measurments and dimensions for a TTR 125? I'm sure that will help out many people including myself.

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I am doing it right now. I just bought nice cutting board, and some metal. I am going to draw it out, and when I am done, I will let you all know. Looks really easy, and will work great.

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