Case saver and chain guard

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  1. JoeJoeSX

    JoeJoeSX Nobody likes the tuna here

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    Anyone with Kens case saver come up with a guard also? As to not get, laces,pants,etc caught in the front sprocket. image.jpeg
     
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    Get 2 longer bolts that hold the case save on. Make 2 spacer that go on them bolts and make a aluminum plate / guard that gets held on with the 2 longer bolts that hold the case saver on with the spacers in the middle of the guard and the case save to space it off and away from the sprocket / chain.
     
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    Was thinking the same thing.
     
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    Just remove the material from inside you stock chain guard with a cut-off wheel or a dremel. Mine slide righ back on after installing the KOR case saver.
     
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    ^^^^^^^^ What he said.
     

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