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MarkinAR

ISO 400EX Skid Plate

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Do any of you fine folks happen to have a rear swing arm skid plate for a 400EX you would part with at a reasonable price?  New ones are between $60 and a Hundo and that seems a bit steep.  I've kicked around the idea of fabbing one but 2nd hand OEM would be preferable.  Thoughts?  I have a belly skid plate but missing the swing arm skid plate and really don't wanna taco the brake rotor.

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If i did brother i would ship it right out to you free of charge!  
$60 is not bad but i think you can make your own, just have to see if its worth your time?

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I have looked at making my own from flat steel but it's not possible to hug the brake rotor and sprocket close enough without being stamped steel.  It would just hang down too low.  I guess it could broken down into 100 small pieces and welded to duplicate stamping....

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On 1/10/2020 at 8:25 AM, MarkinAR said:

I have looked at making my own from flat steel but it's not possible to hug the brake rotor and sprocket close enough without being stamped steel.  It would just hang down too low.  I guess it could broken down into 100 small pieces and welded to duplicate stamping....

Spending $ 60 - 100 is cheap compared to screwing up the rear rotor and sprockets JMO 

 

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17 minutes ago, quadnut20 said:

Spending $ 60 - 100 is cheap compared to screwing up the rear rotor and sprockets JMO 

 

True...however $60 is paper thin ching chong knock off. Was hoping to find a good OEM 2nd hand but no luck...  it's about a Hundo for a decent aluminum piece. 

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