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Hey guys,

got a new cane corso pup with huge paws and he has managed to capitalize on my foolish mistake of leaving it on the ground and probably kicked it around or ate it. (sarcasm)

Regardless, I need the indented one that the head of the axel sits in. part number 42395-mcf-000. When on the bike it is the left side chain tensioner block.

let me know if any of you guys have a disposable extra, id appreciate it!!

TIA :notworthy
 

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Sweet dog dude, I rescued one a few years back. Sadly she succumbed to distemper at only 4 months, but what a kick ass breed.

And back on topic, I just installed some Gilles chain adjusters, so I've got the OEM adjuster blocks for ya. PM me your addy and they're yours.
 

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Sweet dog dude, I rescued one a few years back. Sadly she succumbed to distemper at only 4 months, but what a kick ass breed.

And back on topic, I just installed some Gilles chain adjusters, so I've got the OEM adjuster blocks for ya. PM me your addy and they're yours.
RIR you beat me to it.
are you using your stock bolts for them,they have had failures.

Just to clarify I use the gilles bolts to make adjustments,but have the stockers there to prvent forward movement of the axel in the event of a cracked adjuster.
 

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RIRC, recieved the parts on saturday :rockon:rockon too awesome bro. I greatly appreciate the generosity :notworthy:notworthy ill get a pic up of the cane who either A- ate my adjuster block or B- kicked it out of the garage. again, thanks for the blocks :notworthy:notworthy
 

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It's like he's sayin'

git away from the RC !!!:woot: :clapper :eek:
 

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thanks guys...

and i believe they are your old old old pipes mr. wings. yosh mids, simons cans.
 
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