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Old 04-28-06, 03:31 AM   #1
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Old 04-28-06, 06:45 AM   #2
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There was just a thread concerning this, but I use a Jump Stop on my 1x9 setup. I haven't had a jumped chain since.
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Old 04-28-06, 08:33 AM   #3
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not familiar with XC so much but the e.13 DRS wouldn't be too bad an option, as it still allows use of the mid and granny chainring.
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I got my JumpStop last night and will be installing it on my Specialized Stumpjumper 1x7. Great little device at a great price.
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Yeah, But are there any that can run on 3 chainrings, still being able to shift between each one of the three.
Chainguide for triple/double-ring crank?

You are looking at the heim product. I believe it is your only option for 3 ring
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Yeah, But are there any that can run on 3 chainrings, still being able to shift between each one of the three.
bah...who needs chainrings. I bought my 19" Rocky Mountain Flow used on eBay. It came with an MRP chainguide. I had decided that it would be the first thing to go, but honestly, I've gotten used to not having chainrings. The gear range is wide enough that I don't miss it unless I really need a really hard gear to blast down a long hill, or a super granny for a short steep climb, and I don't worry about losing my chain.
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