TM Designworks Dirt Cross Super Chain Slider

$39.95 - $49.99
4.70 out of 5 stars
 
TM Designworks Dirt Cross Super Chain Slider
TM Designworks Dirt Cross Super Chain Slider
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  • A line of economy priced chain sliders that are superior in design and material than stock or aftermarket parts.
  • Increases wear pad thickness in critical hi-wear spots and uses all the stock mounting hardware.
  • It is the first mass produced front swingarm slider with lube impregnated material for low drag and less chain plate wear.
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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Aurora, CO, USA
cameronkfulk
2013 KTM 300xc Slide Plate

I've done one 1.5 hour GP/enduro and find the slide plate wearing grooves already... I don't know if it will slow down once the new chain finishes making these grooves and rollers are touching the center guide... Not sure if its just the high pressure on the guide from the chain side plates...or soft material... but it looks sharp. So durability at this point after less than two hours ride time is average.

see the guide on fresh rebuild 2013 ktm 300xc
Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Nevada, USA
Skunkworks
Good product

Product was simple to install, NOTE: easier if the counter sprocket is removed. Fit, quality very good, chain will not jump out of groove and damage swing arm mud flap.

TM Designworks Dirt Cross Super Chain Slider
Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Sanford, NC, USA
jlegg734
2014 rmz450

nice product. works great. to be expected with any t.m. designs part.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: omaha, ne
thehogmw
RMZ450 Chain Guide

Seems to be working fine. Only been on my bike (2006 RMZ450) for a few weeks, so far, so good. Raced a couple of motos one weekend seem to be little more quiet than the old one. Looks good as well. A little tight getting the screws to all line up perfect. TIGHT FIT!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Stratford, CT, USA
dcrider942
TM Designworks chain slider

When I first ordered the slider, I was expecting to receive a standard looking slider but in blue(my fault for not researching which slider I picked). When it arrived it had two extensions coming up from the sides near the top front of the swingarm even with the front of the tire to keep the chain form shifting left to right(sometimes striking the knobbies on wider tires). The part was super easy to install and I have used it for a couple months and can barely see any wear on the part. It has also kept my worn chain( which has quite a bit of side to side movement) in line. Great part and would definitely order again!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Top 250 Contributor
Location: Startown, Newton, NC 28658, USA
Jskennedy15
Okay

Looks nice and very durable but a little hard to get on. Came with 4 bolts but 2 of them were different and I had to use one old one. Looks amazing though!

TM Designworks Dirt Cross Super Chain Slider
Overall 2 out of 5 stars
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Location: pa
YZ250
Poor fit - not a good oem replacement

They completely leave off a tab and screw that hold the slider to the swing arm. The stock slider has this and therefore fits better. The TM slider is sloppy. And for what it's worth, don't get a color - they are really ugly - black is the way to go. The material is thicker, and seems to be very durable.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Pleasant Prairie, WI, USA
125rider
Nice piece

Well built piece, but for some reason they eliminated the bottom front tab for the fourth bolt on my yz. I guess they think you only need to use three.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Lancaster, ca
BigDe

Got it for my yz125. It is thicker than stock so hopefully it lasts longer. espcially since it costs more than a typical replacement

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Oxford, NJ
GuinnessExtreme
Works great, looks cool

Needed one for my sons CR125. Red looks great on it, and it works very well. Easy to install

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