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    Just a rider LilRootRx7's Avatar
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    MRP Chain guide system

    Im looking into buying the MRP slalom chain guide system for my kona stinky. I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with these, if they are good, bad, easy to install, worth the money, ect... Any input would be helpful in my decision in buying this product.

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    bentrim
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    LilRoot,

    You might find the answers in the thread "chain guides" located on the next page, or click here: chain guides

    * WARNING * - Some people are a bit phobic about bringing up old threads.

    I don't run them myself but I've heard that if you don't have ISCG tabs on your bike, chain guides can be a b*tch to put on some bikes so it's best to get the LBS to do it for you.

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    get an evil chain guide and you won't look back. mine works perfect on my planet x frame without iscg tabs. they are only $119 at unrealcycles.com. cheaper and more durable than the mrp system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bentrim
    LilRoot,

    You might find the answers in the thread "chain guides" located on the next page, or click here: chain guides

    * WARNING * - Some people are a bit phobic about bringing up old threads.

    I don't run them myself but I've heard that if you don't have ISCG tabs on your bike, chain guides can be a b*tch to put on some bikes so it's best to get the LBS to do it for you.
    The only reason I said not to bring back old threads was because the one he brought back was a person asking what chainguide they should get, and he was recommending him one and the guy that asked dosent even come here anymore. There is also misc stuff in the thread that subtracts from the thread being "really informational" about chainguides.

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