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Getting Ready for the upcoming season..just going over everything and noticed the chain guide rubber is wearing thin. Anyone know where one could find a replacement or should i just buy a whole new one? Thnks.

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Getting Ready for the upcoming season..just going over everything and noticed the chain guide rubber is wearing thin. Anyone know where one could find a replacement or should i just buy a whole new one? Thnks.

Which one? The one on the front or bottom rear of the swingarm?

The bottom rear one is pretty common and you can get at the TT store (or anywhere).

The front guide I think is an OEM only part (which you can get from the TT OEM store :banana:)

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I bought a coloured set off hot foot moto on e-bay. The parts are holding up well. Not so much with the colour. A full set was cheap though (both rollers guide block and slider).

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I'm partial to the o.e. Suzuki chain guide rubbers for some reason, unless there are aftermarket replacements that last just as long as the factory Suzuki ones. :banana:

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