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Old 11-04-2012, 07:06 AM   #2734
SteveO
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Originally Posted by LukasM View Post
I wouldn't want the rear tire throwing stones at my shock, one little chip on the shaft and you've got a lot more expensive problem on your hands than a $10 mud flap....

Why not just move the wheel all the way back in the swingarm with the right combination of gearing and chain length?

I changed gearing to a 14/48 setup.
With the stock chain, and setting up the proper chain slack, this flap still got chewed up.
great point though about protecting the shock

I better get another flap on order...
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