E-Thirteen TRS Steel Chainguide

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Description

The E-Thirteen TRS Steel Chainguide is designed to serve the expanding Enduro and AM crowd without breaking the budget!

Equipped with a modular assembly allows riders to choose from one of three included sizes of bash guards. All of the polycarbonate parts are now solvent resistant, meaning they won't weaken after exposure to lubes and cleaners. The upper slider has a co-moulded soft rubber interior for noise reduction, and opens quickly and easily without tools.

What's in the box:

  • Chainguide.
  • Direct mount bashguard x2.
  • Long ISCG bolt x3.
  • Short ISCG bolt x3.
  • Spacer x3.
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Black
ISCG 05
28-38T
With Bash Guard
$‎106.00 $‎98.95
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5

Incredible value for money.

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Great alternative to some of the more popular guides out there. I’ve previously run an mrp, and can say that this is far superior in my opinion. Way more features for much less money!

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Incredible value for money.

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Great alternative to some of the more popular guides out there. I’ve previously run an mrp, and can say that this is far superior in my opinion. Way more features for much less money!

Specifications

ItemBarcode
E-Thirteen TRS Steel ChainguideE13TRSSTLCG
Black - ISCG 05 - 28-38T - With Bash Guard4710751502895

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