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Old 12-06-2012, 06:02 PM   #16455
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Originally Posted by Rusty Rocket View Post
I've been thinking that the Scrambler would be a great bike for me. I've been poking around in this thread and most everyone posts pics of the right side of their bikes. Someone "accidentally" posted a left hand shot and I almost swallowed my tongue. I had never noticed the rear brake caliper sticking down for any passing rock to demolish. What was Triumph thinking?? Is there a guard available or a way to relocate it? Here in New England we have rocks everywhere. I was thinking about riding the Scram on Jeep roads that have basketball sized rocks all over the place. How do you deal with this issue? (or is it a non issue?)
The solution is to purchase the UpNOver caliper bracket from Triumph Twin Power:
http://www.triumphtwinpower.com/upno...er-bracket.php

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