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'84/'87 Chain Slider - Possible supplier

Started by FJmonkey, June 15, 2017, 01:00:06 AM

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How soon would you need a new '84/'87 chain slider?

I need one now!
8 (57.1%)
Maybe in 6 months
5 (35.7%)
Maybe in a year or two
1 (7.1%)
Never, I hate these polls
0 (0%)

Total Members Voted: 14

Voting closed: July 15, 2017, 01:00:06 AM

Bud Wilkinson

Quote from: Sparky84 on September 14, 2019, 01:53:16 AM
Quote from: balky1 on September 14, 2019, 01:44:09 AM
What do you mean by "piece out of slider"? The slot that is missing, can you just cut it in? That part after all only slightly supports the slider.
Just modified photos.

Not going to easy to 'cut' a slot in without making comprising it at that point.
'Piece out of slider' is no missing in bottom photo
Well I'm doing the YZF600R rear wheel conversion so I'll probably get one so I don't damage the swing arm and have to redo the rear with a different swing arm package for such a disposable part. Thanks to Hot Foot for even attempting this project.
RZ 350 - Sold.
Honda CB600 Hurricane - Sold.
85 FJ1100 - Sold - Sadley Deceased.
Honda Silverwing - Sold Real Fast
02 Harley V-Rod - Sold-COVID 19.
87 FJ1200 - Riding - YZF600R Wheel and suspension done.

Bud

Sparky84

Quote from: Bud Wilkinson on October 22, 2019, 05:31:11 PM
Quote from: Sparky84 on September 14, 2019, 01:53:16 AM
Quote from: balky1 on September 14, 2019, 01:44:09 AM
What do you mean by "piece out of slider"? The slot that is missing, can you just cut it in? That part after all only slightly supports the slider.
Just modified photos.

Not going to easy to 'cut' a slot in without making comprising it at that point.
'Piece out of slider' is no missing in bottom photo
Well I'm doing the YZF600R rear wheel conversion so I'll probably get one so I don't damage the swing arm and have to redo the rear with a different swing arm package for such a disposable part. Thanks to Hot Foot for even attempting this project.

Not worth the cash as you'll possibly damage it trying to make it fit.
1984 FJ1100
1979 Kawasaki Z1300
1972 Honda CB750/4 K2

Millietant

There's a one for sale on eBay from Michigan - I know it says it's from Hot Foot Moto, so is this different to the one you referred to above Bud ?

https://www.ebay.ie/itm/1984-1987-Yamaha-FJ-1100-1200-Front-Chain-Slider-Seal-Guard-36Y-22151-01-00/113297378736?hash=item1a610ccdb0:g:VSUAAOSwnFpbvAwv
Dean

'89 FJ 1200 3CV - owned from new.
'89 FJ 1200 3CV - no engine, tank, seat....parts bike for the future.
'88 FJ 1200 3CV - complete runner 2024 resto project
'88 FJ 1200 3CV - became a race bike, no longer with us.
'86 FJ 1200 1TX - sold to my boss to finance the '89 3CV I still own.

Sparky84

Quote from: Millietant on October 23, 2019, 01:47:40 AM
There's a one for sale on eBay from Michigan - I know it says it's from Hot Foot Moto, so is this different to what was referred to above ?

https://www.ebay.ie/itm/1984-1987-Yamaha-FJ-1100-1200-Front-Chain-Slider-Seal-Guard-36Y-22151-01-00/113297378736?hash=item1a610ccdb0:g:VSUAAOSwnFpbvAwv

Yes, it's missing a piece and the slot for rear retaining bolt
You'll have to modify it which could comprise its durability, or it'll break at that spot
1984 FJ1100
1979 Kawasaki Z1300
1972 Honda CB750/4 K2

balky1

Sparky, I was just wondering, does that copy have a piece where it screws on the swing arm with a little Phillips screw, on the upper part of the slider. If you know what I mean. Can't see that part on your pics.


FJ 1100, 1985


balky1



FJ 1100, 1985

wishmaster



This topic is for a different slider than you are showing.
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Oops sorry.