WTB: Frame guards for 300rr

Discussion in 'Parts and Accessories' started by Admin, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. Admin

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    lost my left frame guard on the last ride, looking for a replacement or aftermarket option that's not too expensive.
     
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    I have not checked Beta USA as yet but I need new ones as I have almost worn thru the stock ones and have found them folded up after some of the more gnarly rides. Carbon fiber ones are 120 plus on Sierra.
     
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    Steve(Afterhours) should have them. I've worn through two sets. One issue is I wear through the upper zip tie on the left side every few rides. Some double sided tape or RTV to the frame keeps it in place if this happens so it won't stick out and get torn loose.
     
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    I saw somewhere that acerbis will be providing some for the Beta models soon.
     
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    I got a local guy that makes some cf frame guards. It's good and nice and maybe a little cheaper than sierra? idk close enough. It's lasted so far but the swing arm carbon fiber guards are sort of trashed.. well it looks that way.. as it hits and scrapes through boulders it leaves white scratch gouges.. I just wash and spray armour all or wd40.. it covers the white at least.. maybe a plastic swing arm guard might be better but I don't like how some look so far..
     

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