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Lizard Skin Chainstay Protector

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Description

Keep chain noise to a minimum and prevent chainstay damage with Lizard Skins chainstay protectors.  Constructed from neoprene, these protectors are an effective way to keep your bike quiet and protect your chainstay's finish from the chain.

Fitting: New sizing system for 26, 27.5, and 29 inch wheeled frames

Small 26 (Used to be called Standard):

  • 70mm/100mm x 280 mm
  • 21g

Medium 27.5 (Used to be called Jumbo):

  • 100mm/125mm x 280mm
  • 27g

Large 29 (Used to be called Super Jumbo):

  • 125mm/140 x 280mm
  • 31g
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Reviews

5

Works great.

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Works great and haven't heard the chain slap once. held down with some zip ties to hold in place.

Lizard Skins, been around forever

by -

Lizard Skins, been around forever and there's a reason for it, quality bits.. No nonsense designs and materials that work..

Does exactly what it says on the tin!

by -

Great, does the job well, looks great!

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Works great.

by

Works great and haven't heard the chain slap once. held down with some zip ties to hold in place.

Lizard Skins, been around forever

by -

Lizard Skins, been around forever and there's a reason for it, quality bits.. No nonsense designs and materials that work..

Does exactly what it says on the tin!

by -

Great, does the job well, looks great!

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Lizard Skin Chainstay Protector4408
Black - L696260261000
Black - M696260251001
Black - S696260241002

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