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I remember a picee of what looked line nylon plastic that used to be under the chain and appeared to keep the chain from riding on the frame and swing arm.

It was loose and would slide around under the chain.

It is now gone and the chain is hitting on something and catching ( not good ) .

Bike is 93 and I have only had it a couple of months.

Was this part of the original bike and being loose ment it had broke loose and now it is gone completely?

I cannot see it on the parts diagram on the RonAyers.com site.



Thanks,

Fred
 

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Ummmm....are you talking about the front slider? It wraps around the front part of the swingarm and extends back a ways on top and bottom. Should never have been loose unless broken.
 

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My wife's dub does the same thing..............Every time I service the chain I wiggle it around and seat it back on...... Mine never moves Hmmmmmmmmmmmm.. OMM.
 

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Thanks for the help guys. Man I love this site , and the bike too.

One more quick question, what do I have to take apart to put this on?

And it looks like there is a hole in the part for a clip or bolt, and not sure where it attaches to; one of the three holes ont eh swing arm or on the chain case?

Maybe it will be obvious when I have it here in my hands; I plan to order it today.



Thanks again,

Fred
 

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Thanks Sebastian for the info on what has to be removed and the parts needed to be ordered.

Just placed the order and when the parts come in, this info will help a lot.

Again, great forum, great bike , and a bunch a great guys who made me glad I got this bike a couple of months ago.

Thanks again everyone.

Fred
 

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OK, back again. I hate to sound clueless, but how does one remove the "thrust cover" to remove the swing arm?

It is part # 11 in the diagram below and labeled a "nut, self-locking" Service manual calls it a thrust cover.

http://www.boats.net/parts/search/Yamaha/Motorcycle/1993/TRAILWAY - TW200E/SWING ARM/parts.html

Put a socket wrench on it and it screws off just like a nut on the end of a bolt?

I have put quite a bit of force and it has not broke loose.



Again, hate to sound clueless ( but sometimes it is unavoidable ) however, I have not run into one of these before.

Thanks,

Fred
 
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