Awww look at my jeans

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  1. skinnydog1_2007

    skinnydog1_2007 New Member

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    Well SBP did have a good reason for suppling a cover for the jack shaft kit. You know that little cover for the top little wheel. But oh no I had to be different and not use it. Well my jeans melted like butter as those fast eating little teeth chewed on the end of them.
     

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    spad4me New Member

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    You are lucky your leg did not get pulled in as well.
    Put the chain guard back on .
     
  3. lordoflightaz

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    i have the same jeans LOL. Pre cover check ride. Talk about "Bell Bottom Blues" I used to have similar problems in the old days with bikes that did not have a chain guard
     
  4. Shadeslay

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    I ripped mine while kick starting the bike, pants got caught in the jack shaft sprocket, I lost my balance and stepped off my bike and shredded my pants "new", but they were cheap".

    I keep thinking of adding that cover, but I wear shorts most of the time, so it's normally not an issue. Watching that thing going down the road, it sure looks hungry though "yummy pants".
     
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  5. HseLoMein

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    I have done this to almost all of my jeans, due to that sprocket, tho its not that bad. I broke the cover on my bike due to riding with Khakis and the pant cuff ripped the cover.
     
  6. lordoflightaz

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    I built my cover with snaps. That sort of solved the getting at the gear to tighten/adjust it in the beginning issue.
     

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