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NEW ELEFANT drive chain slider Replaces PN 800095580

NEW ELEFANT drive chain slider Replaces PN 800095580


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Condition: New other (see details)
Seller Notes: “A new reproduction replacement exact fit part.”
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States Brand:
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Warranty: Applies to fit or defect only

Long wear version. Now made from thicker material to last longer, but at the same price as before!!!

Replaces Cagiva PN 800095580.

New hand made swing arm drive chain slider for Cagiva Elefant. Made from long wearing industrial conveyor liner synthetic rubber.

You can’t buy part anywhere so I decided to make some. The development of this product was with assistance of an Elefant owner who fit my prototypes to a bare swing arm and his Cagiva Elefant.

Can be installed without removing wheel or slackening chain.

ATTACHMENT FASTENERS AND SPACERS INCLUDED!!!!!!!!!!!! Stainless steel button head Allen bolts with self etching primer and enamel top coated aluminum spacers are included. *** you must retain and use the OEM step washers***

From researching the parts list this PN is used on 750 and 900 cc Elefant and 650 / 1000 cc Raptor but this slider I made that does fit the Elefant does not fit the Raptor models. The Raptor bikes have a different swing arm. This wouldn’t be the first time an Italian technical document was found in error. My sliders are made for the two attachment bolts to be on top.

If you have an old Raptor slider that you can send to me I can make a new one from it. Please contact me if you have intrest in this.

I don’t own an Elefant but I do have a Cagiva Gran Canyon. The GC has a very similar to the Elefant and the installation should be similar to that of the GC. This slider can be installed without removing the wheel or changing the chain tension.

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