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  • T.M. Designworks Factory Edition 2 Rear Chain Guide

    T.M. Designworks Factory Edition 2 Rear Chain Guide

    George in VA

    Beefy and mounts well

    Mounted easily and made to last. 10 hours of riding and still looks brand new.

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  • T.M. Designworks Chain Slider

    T.M. Designworks Chain Slider

    George in VA

    Expensive but well worth the money

    Other slides are very thin and wear fast. It looks like it will last longer than 4 of the others, maybe more. Mounting holes lined up perfect.

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  • T.M. Designworks Factory Edition 1 Rear Chain Guide

    T.M. Designworks Factory Edition 1 Rear Chain Guide

    Kyle in OR

    Strong and Pricey

    So far so good. I have had this chain guide on for about 25 hrs and it has taken some good hits and remains straight. My stock one lasted about 50 hrs before it was mangled beyond repair. For the price of this TM guide I am hoping to get 100+ hrs out of it.

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  • T.M. Designworks Powerlip Chain Roller

    T.M. Designworks Powerlip Chain Roller

    Kathleen in AZ

    Okay

    I originally bought the kit for my bike. This roller is the first and only thing to go so far. The sealed bearing seized up and the roller was junk at that point. Just bought the replacement and it's spinning great. Normal wear and tear item but I don't think it should've worn out that quick

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  • T.M. Designworks Case Saver

    T.M. Designworks Case Saver

    MIKE in OK

    Great idea

    This a great item and for it's intended purpose, works like a dream. I did however have to modify the top by cutting it shorter to fit without causing a clutch arm issue. It's a very easy mod.

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  • T.M. Designworks Indestructible Rear Disc Guard

    T.M. Designworks Indestructible Rear Disc Guard

    ROBERT in WA

    Does what it says

    I wanted to replace my flimsy CR250 rear rotor guard. The ultimate would be the scotts shark fin but its more weight than what I wanted. I saw this and figured why not? Installation was very easy. So far its been in the nasties of Couer d'Alene Idaho and all over Western Washington. Long story short, no shortage of rocks and lots of roots. Zero issues!

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