Mountain Biking - Chain guides
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03-10-04, 02:17 PM
I was wondering if there are any shiftable chainguides and if so whick are the best ones out there?
03-10-04, 03:22 PM
Blackspire makes the Duelie,
E-13 (Evil) makes the DRS,
and MRP makes the LRP.
Of the three, I prefer the E-13. The clear lexan bash quard is hot, and the shifting is smooth and silent.
http://www.blackspire.com/prod_cguide.html scroll down to duelie
I thought Mr. Dirt had a double, but couldn't find it on their website.
03-10-04, 04:47 PM
And as I have been running MRP's, I'd go with the LRP. Granted they are all top notch, and it boils down to a matter of what you like best. ;)
03-10-04, 10:32 PM
Definitely not to bash (pun intended) the other two. I just like the looks of the Evil (E-13) better. Now, if you combine the Blackspire with their cranks! That's a hot looking set-up!
It boils down to looks and cost, because they all work well!
03-10-04, 10:57 PM
I ordered an Evil DRS...took a look at a couple of others but heard several complaints about the bashgaurd of the MRP.
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