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  1. Chain Slider

    Africa Twin
    My AT is either having a leak somewhere (oil filter, front sprocket, whatever) or it simply is washout from all the chain lubricant leftovers in that area. The idea is simple enough: Clean everything, let it rest and see what is dripping. Question is how to remove the chain sliders? Any parts...
  2. Chain sliders

    Africa Twin
    Hi folks, How often do you change the upper and lower chain sliders, I cant make my mind up as to wether mine a kanackered or still of use. Whats making me feel as they are done is that the chain as a fair bit of sideways movement. pics of new and kanackered ones would be good so I can compare...
  3. Chain Sliders

    Africa Twin
    Lads Ive searched the forum and the web . Do I have to spend €40 on a chain slider or does our slider get used on other Honda's . I dont mind paying for something but 40 notes , is it just me or is that over the top for what it is. Jonny Any one able to get them cheap some where?
  4. Refinishing fork sliders.

    Mechanical Advice
    I am in the middle of giving my Transalp a bit of TLC and would like to tidy up the scabby lacquer on the fork legs.I have started to strip it off but wondered what is best to coat them with afterwards.I do not want a highly polished finish.In the past I have used spray on silver Hammerite with...
  5. Lubing caliper sliders

    Mechanical Advice
    I am starting to get the Project Kwacker towards an MOT and one of the issues that has arisen is a "sticky" front brake with the new pads remaining a mite too friendly with the disc. I stripped the pads out and found the previous owner who has done most of the real work already :) had lubed...
  6. '93 Transalp front fork sliders

    Transalp
    ONe more thing - front fork sliders are corroded anyway to really shine them up again?
  7. aftermarket chain sliders?

    Africa Twin
    Hi all, Does anyone know of any aftermarket makers of chain sliders for the Africa Twins? I know there are companies in the US making chain sliders for dirtbikes, and probably some street bikes. Definitely no XRVs, though. ;-) -- Jeff
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