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  1. #1
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    Default More Dirt Bike Chassis Repairs

    This was a chain roller guide.
    When the nylon roller wears down no one seems to replace them and the end result is the roller guide gets ground down.
    A few hours later in the workshop a whole new bracket and roller guide ready to weld on the frame.

    Ji
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    Grip it and Rip it

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    I bet this repair is going to cost more than just routine maintenance. Plus the dude has to get the nylon roller too.
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    Yep
    The nylon roller only costs $5.00.
    I will never get it.

    I have the OEM roller but may lathe a custom one just to finish the repair with a little extra bling.


    Ji
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    So I could line the new bracket up in the right spot I made a very basic jig.
    This should also hold the bracket while I weld it onto the frame.

    Ji
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