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Old 10-31-2009, 07:58 AM   #27
cisco
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Wink nice work

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Originally Posted by Indy Unlimited
Thanks for hosting the pics Bartron!

Drilled the swing arm with 3/16" drill and then a 13/32" bit thru the 2 flat heavy bosses on the bottom. there is a half inch of material do drill thru. Tap with M6 tap. No need to remove the wheel just place it on the side stand and drill with a hand drill.

Angle is 1" x 1" x 1/8" aluminum - painted black. Mine is 3" longer for mounting the Scott Oiler that will drip onto the chain in the chain guide from above.
For a cleaner look you can go with a 1.5" x 1.5" a 1/8" angle and mount the BRP on the front side of the angle. That way you would not cover the top of the block. If I did it over I would try that.

BRP Moto brand Husaberg right side chain guide BRP Moto part # CGD-8002-B.

http://www.brpmoto.com/product_info.php?products_id=1922

Need 2 - 80 mm long M6 bolts and 3 - 20mm long M6 bolts and 4 - 1/4" inside diameter x .200" thick spacers

Takes a few hours to do in the garage. Well worth it for adventure riding.
Those bosses look like they are doing the job they were intended for. Where did the guide come from?
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