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560 Chain Tensioner F 650 GS / Dakar / G 650 GS/Sertao A durable replacement for the original chain tensioner stop plates. It is also possible to screw the chain tensioner to the swing arm so that parts can not fall off when working on the rear wheel. 051-1206 Chain Guide F 650G S/Dakar / G 650G S/Sertao In extreme off-road conditions, or when the chain is loose or worn out, a chain guide becomes very important for the bike and for the safety of the rider. Prevent the chain from coming off, ever. Very important for long-distance travels where it may be required to use a very worn chain beyond normal service limits. Increases safety of the chain drive system by blocking entry of a foot or Hand into the sprocket in event of a crash. This doesn’t fit the original chain guard! It only fits the Touratech chain guard! 051-1205 Steel Braided Brake Lines - PTFE steel braided brake lines - Better brake efficiency - More precise biting point - For front brake system of F 650 GS or Dakar - For rear brake system of both models - German TÜV type approval included - Includes seals - More robust, especially when used under the most demanding off-road conditions - Durable, hose protected against ultraviolet radiation 040-0332 Steel braided brake lines BMW F 650 GS/Dakar (2 cm longer than the original) 040-0333 Steel braided brake lines BMW F 650 GS/Dakar (standard) 040-0334 Steel braided brake lines BMW F 650 GS/Dakar rear 040-0338 Steel braided brake lines BMW F 650 GS/Dakar with ABS (3 cm longer than the original) *Works* long-distance foot pegs BMW R850GS/R11XXGS/ADV • 52 mm wide and 4 mm thick stainless steel claw profile that is kind to your boots • Perfect combination of grip and self-cleaning • With a more slender design for better ground clearance • Significantly less susceptible to impacts • Strengthened mounting point • With a blasted surface and laser inscription for a superior finish 044-5315 044-5316 (low - 2 cm)

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