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    i need swim arm guard....but sri lanka have no place to buy it...do you know place to buy in internet my all tw lovers...can u help me...these days i am searching ..but not found...help me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by naveen willliams View Post
    i need swim arm guard....but sri lanka have no place to buy it...do you know place to buy in internet my all tw lovers...can u help me...these days i am searching ..but not found...help me..


    Perhaps you mean 'swing-arm' guard. Do you need the section up close to the motor, or the piece that protects the rear wheel sprocket? Try Stadium Yamaha in Texas. These folks have been good to me, but I have no idea if they ship overseas. Good luck. Gerry
    Take care my Friend.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgizmow View Post
    Perhaps you mean 'swing-arm' guard. Do you need the section up close to the motor, or the piece that protects the rear wheel sprocket? Try Stadium Yamaha in Texas. These folks have been good to me, but I have no idea if they ship overseas. Good luck. Gerry
    i am talk about swim arm chain guard mean..it's near to front spocket weel ..rubber guard ..thanks..naveen

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    I think you are wanting the white plastic piece that keeps the chain from rubbing on the swingarm.



    Part number from the 2003 North American TW catalog is 34X-22151-01-00 SEAL, GUARD



    Cost from www.stadiumyamaha.com is US$36.51



    The Stadium Yamaha website claims to ship world-wide.



    To look up parts, got to www.stadiumyamaha.com and click on the Buy Yamaha Parts button on the left side near the top of the page. Under tha "Parts Search By Model" heading simply follow the dropdown menu choices. The swing arm and associated parts are pictured and listed on the "Rear Arm" page.



    I used to live near Satdium Yamaha. they are riders working in the motorcycle retail, parts, repair, and accessories business because they love what they do. They are not businesspersons trying to scratch for every penny on the bottom line above all else. I've been doing business with them for years, both in person and through their website. I've never had a problem with them.




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