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post #1 of 5 Old 04-24-2008, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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Question Missing rubber guard

I am missing the rubber guard that is located above the foot peg on the frame. I am unable to locate it online (mostly because I don't know the proper name) can anyone help??? My right one is still attached but the left one went away on my last adventure. Thanks, pacacmech
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post #2 of 5 Old 04-24-2008, 04:28 PM
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I don't have the number in front of me, but try Left Pivot Cover. The cost is $10.64 from www.bikebandit.com. Use silicon caulk/adhesive to hold this one in. I have had to do this with both the left and right covers.

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I am missing the rubber guard that is located above the foot peg on the frame. I am unable to locate it online (mostly because I don't know the proper name) can anyone help??? My right one is still attached but the left one went away on my last adventure. Thanks, pacacmech
It's called a pivot cover

Left - 43595-27G00
Right - 43585-27G00

I paid 10.98 each for mine.

Put a small dab of silicone adhesive on it before installing and it won't fall off.




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cheap fix

for free you can remove the other one and both sides will match....you'll never miss them
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Thanks for your help all!!!! I had no idea what it was called. This forum is the best!!! pacacmech
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