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Old 08-08-14, 13:26
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Thanks! I did think of that but my file is too wide to get in there and also the walls of the guide are quite thin
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I'm sorry I do not speak english (google translate)
I also wanted to produce a chain guide, but my Tenere is new, so I did not want to drill holes into the back of the fork,, L,, holder. For installation I used the inner oval hole that is on the back of the fork, into which I put a long stainless steel sheet with holes for screws from the back side, I made a steel bracket. this steel holder, I have screwed the chain guide. I do not know if it will be clear, here are some pictures. What do you say to that? It's okay ???







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Old 13-06-15, 16:52
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Hi all... Looking at the chain guide mod I was wondering if the swing arm has been drilled and a thread tapped in to hold what look like studs. Or has it been drilled straight through for long bolts? I am thinking as well of fitting a chain tensioner as on motocross bikes. Useful to prevent chain jumping sprocket. Anyone any views. cheers. phil
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Old 13-06-15, 20:12
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hello
I'm sorry I do not speak english (google translate)
I also wanted to produce a chain guide, but my Tenere is new, so I did not want to drill holes into the back of the fork,, L,, holder. For installation I used the inner oval hole that is on the back of the fork, into which I put a long stainless steel sheet with holes for screws from the back side, I made a steel bracket. this steel holder, I have screwed the chain guide. I do not know if it will be clear, here are some pictures. What do you say to that? It's okay ???
It looks very interessting. But I couldn't figure out how you fixed it to the swingarm. I have a rough idea idea but not a clear view :-). Maybe you can help out with some more pictures?
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Old 09-10-18, 10:20
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Tenere Chain Guide (templates)

Many thanks to Stoic Bloke and Minky Head for the idea and using the KTM guide (and also to anyone else involved not mentioned)
Just to help anyone else building one of these I have attached some scans of templates. Also some photos.
I pinned the back plate together with some only needle bearings and then tapped the plate, so bolts could be screwed into it, through the main chain guide support plate (bigger plate).
You may wonder what the black stuff is on the scan, well that is milliput which was put on the back of the plate to help keep dirt out out really, and when it was setting, I had cling film on the the swing (around the over hole where the fixing plate was inserted), this then meant it was easy to dismantle (if necessary).

Lastly once fitted on the bike, I had to play around with spacer (plain) washers to get the distance just right away from the plate. In addition to using a brass spacer which I had to file with a taper; as even though it all looked aligned prior to reinstalling the swing arm, it was about 5 deg out.

Works a treat especially after I managed to make it home on five sprocket teeth! LoL

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