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Clutch cover from Brazil.

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That cover looks kind of cheesy to me.

I disagree.

I think that if it was good enough to protect the Folgers Coffee that it once carried, It's good enough for a dirtbike.

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Folgers cans are made of steel at least. That looks like the inside of a Budweiser can.

I'd opt for the Henson cover, but if I had to use an old can I'd go for the Coors...Super Cold.:smashpc:

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More concerned about function over form. I don't have the money laying around to spring for a fancy billet cover. Maybe just keep the JB Weld and a dime in the pack.

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It looks like a clutch cover protector, not a stand alone cover.

That's what is, just a protector for the actual clutch cover. I have seen tape on ones for DRZs. No one even makes those for the X or I haven't seen them.

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That's what is, just a protector for the actual clutch cover. I have seen tape on ones for DRZs. No one even makes those for the X or I haven't seen them.

The cover protector for the 450X is still made by CFC Offroad. well worth the $20 to save your cover from the brake or rocks.. I've had one on my X for a number of years and it works very good..

Contact them at http://www.cfcoffroad.com/

Jack

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