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    Chain Protector







    There is also a video...http://vimeo.com/5116465

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    That is Awesome!!!

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    No, I like it really...it'd be cool to see something like this take off; so many good ideas like this for bikes fall by the wayside thanks to poor marketing.

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    Those were real popular at BMX races for about three weeks in 1982...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xavier853 View Post


    That is Awesome!!!
    I concur with the image and i'll decide on the statement later.
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    Genius.
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    that looks like it would make lots of noise and get tons of mud inside. Not to mention it looks like complete garbage.


    But if you want one on your bike, who am I to criticize?
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    even Charlie Sheen doesn't like that
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    there is a difference though because that extra weight will directly correlate with how many chicks huff your dongus.

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    Where did you find that? I saw one a long time ago and could not find it again, although I saw that works a little differently
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    I'd rather ride a greasy bowling ball than one of those things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davemutt View Post
    Those were real popular at BMX races for about three weeks in 1982...
    Yeah, until everyone realized those things held in more dirt than they keep out.

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    It's just split loom. You can get it at any radio shack.

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    You can just pour a quart of 10-40W in that casing. Bam, lubed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yummygooey View Post
    crabon/campy/rapha/roadie-bro.

    next step is recumbent.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrodzilla View Post
    Yeah, until everyone realized those things held in more dirt than they keep out.
    Strange city you live in...There is no mud in mine..not a bit! Only tar and pavement... lots of it.

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    I can't imagine the racket that would make
    anything measured by the gram is going to be more exciting than something measured in pounds.

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    Bet I could kill a chain (winter riding) in a day or two with one of those.
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    because physics has more street cred than tarckstars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartigan View Post
    Strange city you live in...There is no mud in mine..not a bit! Only tar and pavement... lots of it.
    BMX racers race on dirt...

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    It does jack all to protect a chain, but it might be useful for protecting pants.
    I have a front brake, but I only use it for slowing or stopping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartigan View Post
    This is kind of redundant, bash guard AND chain protector? Would it even go through the bash guard?

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