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post #1 of 18 Old 03-27-2014, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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anyone know where to get another one of these chain guide? noise dampener jobbies that goes on the drive sprocket? i have been looking to no avail as of yet.

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Do you mean the rubber on the OEM primary or the cush drive on the secondary?

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the primary. i cannot find a replacement for mine and the chain nose drives me bonkers.

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lmao the dealership i got the bike from doesn't even carry tubes. they sell bikes that's about it. everytime i go there it's "no we don't have that but we can order it", well guess what i can too and it comes to my house. lol

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I'm 57 years old and must be deaf as a stone. Too much Rock and Roll and loud bikes. I've not had an OEM primary on my bike in years. Seriously, if that little additional noise drives you nuts get some $2 dollar ear plugs......as I did, much too late. YMMV

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Anyone know where to get another one of these chain guide? noise dampener jobbies that goes on the drive sprocket?
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hope this clears up any confusion. the rubber dealy on the outside of the sprocket.

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That's only the OEM factory sprocket that has that. All the other 14, 15, 16, & 17 tooth sprockets don't have it.

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I'm 57 years old and must be deaf as a stone. Too much Rock and Roll and loud bikes. I've not had an OEM primary on my bike in years. Seriously, if that little additional noise drives you nuts get some $2 dollar ear plugs......as I did, much too late. YMMV

+1 on ear plugs. If you ride highway speeds you will damage your hearing if you don't wear them.

The OEM primary sprocket is the only one I've seen that has the rubber insert.
$45 for the OEM or $10 for an aftermarket plus $2 for ear plugs!

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