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Old 03-01-06, 02:34 PM   #1
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hey guys im thinking of buying a e-13 bashgaurd for my bike and i know its a 4 bolt but how do i find out the bolt size, also how to i know which is the right size as my chainrings are 22, 32, 44 - i take the 44 off and do i have the bashgaurd size at 32 or 44?? its slightly confusing cheers guys!
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How old is your crankset? If it's less than five or six years, chances are it's a 4 x 104 mm.

The bashring size should be slightly larger than the largest ring you intend to run - I suggest getting something that will accommodate 36-38 teeth, since chances are you will find the 32 insufficient at some point.
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How old is your crankset? If it's less than five or six years, chances are it's a 4 x 104 mm.

The bashring size should be slightly larger than the largest ring you intend to run - I suggest getting something that will accommodate 36-38 teeth, since chances are you will find the 32 insufficient at some point.
click on my sig... thats the bike its going on.. the crankset is truvative FiveD

>>> This is the bashgaurd + all sizes! http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...x?ModelID=5993
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I have a fived, and mine is 4x104. I run a 32t ring and run a 36 bashguard. Works well.
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I have a fived, and mine is 4x104. I run a 32t ring and run a 36 bashguard. Works well.
cheers dude i recon thats what im gonna go for!!!
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