Installation

Belt Guard

1. See Figure 2-99. If necessary, replace the rubber grommets (5, 6) and bolts. Tighten bolts to 6-10 Nm (53-88 in-Ibs).

2. Slide the belt guard slots into position on the rubber grommets.

3. Thread lower rear shock mount into thread boss on belt guard. Tighten to 41-68 Nm (31-50 ft-lbs).

4. Measure guard to drive sprocket clearance.

5. If clearance is less than 5 mm (0.197 in.), protect guard/ sprocket and adjust as required.

Debris Deflector v0025x2x v0025x2x

1. Belt guard

2. Slot

3. Bolt

4. Washer

5. Side rubber grommet

6. Upper rubber grommet

7. Lower rubber grommet

8. Debris deflector

Figure 2-99. Belt Guard/Debris Deflector

1. See Figure 2-99. If necessary, replace rubber grommet (7) and bolt (3). Tighten bolt to 6-10 Nm (53-88 in-lbs).

2. Slide debris deflector slot (2) into position on the rubber grommet (7).

3. Thread rear bolt (3) and washer (4) through debris deflector (8) into rear fork. Tighten bolt to 6-10 Nm (53.1-88.5 in-lbs).

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