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Old 09-13-05, 09:23 PM   #1
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2006 E13 LG1 guide.



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Interesting. I don't know why anyone would want a chain device without a bashguard, but i suppose this gives you the option of a bash guard if you want also.
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Interesting. I don't know why anyone would want a chain device without a bashguard, but i suppose this gives you the option of a bash guard if you want also.
It's for the Race group who wants their bikes as light as possible.
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A friend of mine runs a chain guide without a bash gaurd. I think he has some bmx style cranks though. I don't see a problem with it.
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that guide DOES have a gaurd.... and it is the sexyness
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you will also eventually be able to buy a add on bash for it. but as said its for racers who want to save weight.
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oh and by the way it weighs 195 grams, and theres suposed to be a formula version nevt year that will weigh 135 grams.
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