ZIEGER CHAIN GUARD
VARIOUS KTM MODELS
ZIEGER CHAIN GUARD VARIOUS KTM MODELS
You may have decided that it's time for a new chain guard, whatever the reason. If it doesn't have to be an original, why not choose a bike-specific Zieger chain guard instead. They're available in stainless steel, black or silver powder-coated This chain guard will certainly go perfectly with the look of your bike. It also offers optimal protection against chain lube and care product fling-off from your chain.
- Silver powder-coated stainless steel
- No fairing elements need to be modified
- Chain guard uses the original mounting points
- Perfect fit
- Stylish look and optimal protection from dirt and chain lube fling-off
- Easy to install
1 chain guard incl. fittings
Motorcycle accessories made in Saxony
When Frank Zieger designed and built his first license plate holder back in 2005, the notion of having his own highly successful company still seemed like a distant dream. A metalworker by trade and also a serious motorcycle rider, he simply wanted something better than what was on the market. And from there, things just took off. A one-off item turned into a mini series, and as demand grew, so too did the range of products. Today Zieger employs 28 people in Dresden and Pirna, and the trend is upwards. The license plate holder is still Zieger's best selling product, but his crash bars, rear racks, engine guard plates, paddock stands and many other accessories are enjoying huge popularity.
Stainless steel is a collective term for rustproof steel. It is much more resistant to corrosion than non-alloyed steels. Stainless steel does not deteriorate, and is hygienic, UV-resistant, non-corroding, fracture-proof, non-toxic and environmentally friendly. It does not weather and can be recycled in its entirety, even after many years. Technically, the term "stainless steel" refers to corrosion-resistant steel alloys with a wide variety of compositions but always containing a high percentage of chromium (usually a minimum of 10.5%)
Stainless steel should be cleaned regularly like all other materials, especially after exposure to salty air (near the coast), and also at regular intervals.
Water can easily collect in corners, edges and screw connections, resulting in corrosion. So careful cleaning is important, and if necessary screws should be undone in order to clean the parts thoroughly.
Do not leave rusty steel parts against stainless steel to avoid the rust "contamination".
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