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Kz1000A swing arm 18 Nov 2021 08:43 #858026

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Hi what are these two brackets sticking up on my swing arm I guess for chain sliders but I have been told my bike hasn't got these here is a photo
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Kz1000A swing arm 18 Nov 2021 09:12 #858027

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Chain guard mounts
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Kz1000A swing arm 18 Nov 2021 10:29 #858030

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How to they fit on ? Also cannot find any on the parts shops for the kz1000A model so confused 

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Kz1000A swing arm 18 Nov 2021 10:41 #858031

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The plastic chain guard fits into two inside tabs one front and one towards the rear.. Two bolts hold the outside. 
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Kz1000A swing arm 18 Nov 2021 12:00 #858035

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As Swest mentioned. Those are for the chain guard. The two fins your asking capture the inside (tire side) of the guard to keep it from rubbing the tire. The guard just rests between the two steel fins
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