Cleanskin Hush Chainstay Protector

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Description

Prevent your chainstay from chain slap damage with the Cleanskin Hush Chainstay Protector. Constructed from a puncture resistant neoprene and using a heavy duty hook and loop fastener, these protectors are an effective way to protect your chainstay. Super easy to install and machine washable for when it gets caked in mud.

Whos this item for: Anyone wanting to protect their chainstay from damage and reduce chain slap noise.

Dimensions: 
  • Medium - 100mm/125mm x 280mm.
    Suitable for most 27.5" & 29" MTB's
Pros: Great value. Keeps that unwanted noise from your chain to a minimum and protects your frame. 

Cons: Other size options would be nice
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5

Does what it says.

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I wasn't expecting much but this is very generous in length, and has a good sized Velcro patch to get the it just right. Fit my Marin San Quentin perfectly.

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Does what it says.

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I wasn't expecting much but this is very generous in length, and has a good sized Velcro patch to get the it just right. Fit my Marin San Quentin perfectly.

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