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TM Designworks Dirt Cross Moto Chain Slide-N-Guide Kit
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Well built easy to install and looks great material is harder than stock which means should last longer
Looks good easy install has all hardware fit my rmz perfectly after my stock flew off
Extremely durable material. And easy to install.
Fit perfect and was easy to install. Looks sweet, just the right amount of bling.
I put this on a 2010 crf450 and it looks sharp, I can tell that my rear tire rolls a little bit easier than with the stock sliders. Plus with a limetime warranty its a really good buy. I had to remove the front sprocket (14t) & the master link on the chain, other than that it was a very easy install.
Material seems to be high quality, kit has all new hardware and looks great, only problem was the holes did not line up on the chain slider, I had to remove some material to make it fit which should not have to be done, also it uses 1less mounting screw for the slider than the stock one, but overall very nice kit.
I put this on my CRF450 a couple of weeks ago and have 3 rides on the components. So far they are holding up with very little visible wear. I like the fact the chain guide for the front sprocket has deep groves. to keep the chain true. The guide for the back sprocket has really sold me. Getting rid of the stock aluminum guide makes me feel better. The guide goes deep into the sprocket to make sure the chain stays aligned as it feeds in even if the bike swaps back and forth through braking bumps and over jumps. I have used TM Design products prior to this purchase. I used the glide kit on a LTR450 quad in race conditions for over 3 years without an issue.
I bought this kit recently from TM Designworks. I have put these kits on every machine I have owned both bikes and quads. This kit goes on very easily and have never worn them out. It seems you can go forever with very little wear. Only down side is you will hear more chain noise, but is normal. While I had the rear tire off, I popped the bottom of the rear shock off from the linkage instead of removing the drive sprocket so i could repack the linkage/swingarm bolts with greese. If your do this you wont need to remove the drive sprocket by installing the rub plate for the swingarm while you have the swingarm bolt out. I am also including a photo of what the kit looks like installed. I have alitle different lower chain glider than the kit pictured shows.
fit good and look good. i'll see if they last longer.