Can someone tell me the name of this part?

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by Peter Steele, Oct 9, 2016.

  1. Peter Steele

    Peter Steele New Member

    so after a good few months of working on my bike on and off I finally have it running however this piece is bent up and not very good, and also doesn't have a screw. Therefore it keeps making my drivechain fly off because of sliding on frame. Anybody know? Thanks!
     

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  2. FurryOnTheInside

    FurryOnTheInside Well-Known Member

    What the heck is that? My kit did not come with one of those! :eek: What have you been using it for? The chain? Huh? How?! It sort of looks like a cable tidying clip thingy???
     
  3. Peter Steele

    Peter Steele New Member

    It holds the chain tensioner spring to the frame and holds tension me and my friends just call it a bracket. It's probably a cheap piece on eBay just can't figure out the real name
     
  4. Peter Steele

    Peter Steele New Member

  5. FurryOnTheInside

    FurryOnTheInside Well-Known Member

    Ohhh you mean the reverse frontside boardslide nollie flip retention preventer.
    Obviously. -_-

    Yeah that whole thing looks like it must really suck as a chain tensioning method.
    I remember someone saying that the grip tape they put on steps and boat decks and stuff can work. Sounds plausible.
     
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  6. sp1ke

    sp1ke Member

    as far as im aware its got a few names tube clamp pole clamp tube bracket the design extends to many aplications for example a exhaust clamp flag pole bracket
    and may have other names due to region ie
    me n my mates say tomatoe u n yours say tomato my friends say mounting bracket others may say no its a boogle popper furzel whizle

    i would call it a detachable mounting bracket for retaining the chain tensioner spring
     
  7. Frankenstein

    Frankenstein Well-Known Member

    I would call it a spring bracket. As long as we all know that we are talking about a spring chain tensioner then the context should deliver the rest.
     
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