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#812193 06/11/2020 8:26 PM
by TrophyGuy
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Anybody know of a better way to attach chainguards to a TR6C than bolts and nuts. My rebuild project has progressed to the point of trying to fit up the chain drive train and all the stuff attached. I am finding it a real PITA to install/un-install the chain guard, perhaps because of the aftermarket guard I bought and had powder coated. The front access port is laughably mis-aligned with the attach bolt and the rear attachment bolt is squashed into a space between swing arm lug and brake plate, almost inaccessiblet. My thoughts are to use a rivnut or nut plate on the front to make swinging the chain guard up out of the way possible without major tear down of exhausts and engine breather hoses. There is no getting a wrench on the back side of that forward attach nut and bolt.
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#812273 Jun 12th a 01:53 PM
by Hermit
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Can anyone on the board honestly say they never bought the wrong part? Or never had the wrong part sent to them?

Not I.
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