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GreasyStool

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    Arizona
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    Shooting, Bike Riding
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    Picked up a new 2006 DR 650 the other day

    For some photos of my bike go here: http://groups.msn.com/LandOfTheMonkeyII/shoebox.msnw So I can put a chain on the DR 650 Suzuki that has a master link in it when the time comes without any problems. My other bike is a shaft drive with almost 50K on it and it has never had a problem. I have had chain driven bikes in the past and they always had a master link chain. Just got a new Corbin Saddle for the DR. If you haven't tried one of these, you dont know what your missing!!
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    Picked up a new 2006 DR 650 the other day

    Ony Case Guards I could find!
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    Picked up a new 2006 DR 650 the other day

    I just picked up a new DR 650 the other day. Got a Corbin saddle coming for it, some case guards and a small Suzuki luggage rack for the rear fender. I found some neat small windshields for them too and will be getting one of them. Question, I had bikes before with chains, how do you replace the Continuous Chain on the DR? The Owners Manual says for you to bring it in and have the shop do it by removing the Swing Arm. Can I get a different chain, one with a Master Link or is there another way. My other bike, a 82 Yamaha 650 Seca has a drive shaft. I do not want to take it to the shop and get raped every time I need a new chain. It has the "O" Ring style. Any Help would be appreciated. Windshilds, Case Guards and Rack can be found below: http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade/productlist/394/ You can see photos of my toys here: http://groups.msn.com/LandOfTheMonkeyII/shoebox.msnw
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