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OneUp Components S3 E-Type Low Direct Mount Chainguide

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SKU: 1C0209
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Small & light chainguide


Small & light with multiple mounts for different size chainrings. I was able to fit mine (28t) without removing the chainring but had to take the chain off to fit the torx bit between the teeth.

Small, simple, light weight. Brilliant!

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Small, simple, light weight. Brilliant! I did have to take my chainring off to fit it when it stated it is not necessary however... I think they might have copied and pasted the description from the ISCG version. Running SRAM GX with 32T ring and definitely had to take the ring and/or crank off.

Found this a pos. Yep i

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Found this a pos. Yep i dont even know how you can mount it without taking crank/front ring off. I have a 34t and still no chance! I didn't like the spacer arangement and gave up trying to fit so i sold it and purchased a single mrp guide with built in bash gaurd. 3 screws done.

This tiny unobtrusive chain guide

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This tiny unobtrusive chain guide is small in size but big in performance.. Great modular design which includes spacers and 3 different mounts depending on the size of chain ring used.. They also throw in a spare top guide.. Simple to install and an overall quality product..

Works really well, simple and

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Works really well, simple and light. Even riding through rock gardens with the clutch accidently turned off the chain didn't drop once.

Socks and over shoe knitted covers

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Spot on as always, timely delivery, we'll packaged and perfect performance.
My socks always receive flattering comments.

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