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Is there any chance that a guard from another model can be made to fit the ttr. Maybe the Xt? 



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Luckily Steve had one in stock at Totally TTR's. An awesome bit of kit and it bolts on beautifully.

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I am happy to say that I had a hand in the initial design and fabrication of the Totally TTRs sump guard and believe it to be the very best available and the Rolls Royce of sump guards!

Brian



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Hi Brian,
One of the first things I bought from The Totally TTRs Shop and when you look at the marks where Stones and Rocks have hit it over the years, it makes you thankful that you have one.
I did find that the hole that is meant to line up with the Sump Plug wasn’t in the right place so I’ve put a small aluminum plate over that and just drop the whole thing off (4 bolts) when I do an Oil Change.
Only takes a few seconds so not a biggie.
Steve, maybe when/if you get more made, have a check on the Sump Plug Hole’s position.
As they say “Every home (TTR) should have one !”
Great design Brian.
Cheers
Jeff




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Hi Jeff

I did that a few years ago and the hole is now in the correct place smile



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Hi Steve,
Good on ya Mate, I thought it was just mine.
All the best
Jeff

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I cant thank Steve enough the sump guard was an easy fit and definitely got tried out on the Endurocks enduro playday event at Harburton. This was my first ever event and aside from a little green lane riding, first time of off road proper. I went wrong and went on the hard section twice on the first lap and fell off 4 times on that lap too. I survived the day and got a few surprised looks when I left the same way as I had arrived on the TTR. Good job it was only 8 miles from home. didn't enjoy the left leg cramp on the way home though.



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Brawo!

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