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soon2b954 said:
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It's time to give that thing a bath!! :smilebig:
I spray the big chunks off with the pressure washer before I put it up, but I haven't officially "washed" it since I got it. It's just a dirt bike. It's dirty/scuffed/etc.
 

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Bacchus said:
Dayum! A "wrap-around" skid plate! That should help. :thumb:

Do you fall down a lot? :D
Nope. Just once since I got it. But this is for going over rocks, fallen trees, and stuff.
 

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Here's the main things I wanted to protect (oil lines). They are just hanging out in the open with the stock "engine guard" (if you want to call it that).
 
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Probably a nice try.. I doubt the chain will ever break if you take care of it the way you're supposed to.. And I have never seen a single post that tells me you skip safety related maintenance on any of your bikes :clap:





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2 of my bud's have had broken chains in the past year. One would have lost the lower half of his foot if it wasn't for his boots and the other still has a leaky engine case that has been repaired many times over. It broke that little guard thing in front of the counter shaft sproket.
 

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smkeatr said:
2 of my bud's have had broken chains in the past year. One would have lost the lower half of his foot if it wasn't for his boots and the other still has a leaky engine case that has been repaired many times over. It broke that little guard thing in front of the counter shaft sproket.
Yeah, the stock guard is flimsy.
 
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At any rate, a good, quality skidplate is mandatory on any dirtbike! :thumb: Can save much grief and $$ in the long run. Cheapest piece of insurance you can buy.
 
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i dont understand - why would these types of bikes be built like that? they are meant to be taken off road. they have no protection :huh: seems to me if something like that was to happen to your bike you could go back to the manufacturuer and claim faulty equipment design. you wouldn't design a car without a windshield would you?
 

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