Old 10-09-07, 10:04 PM
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i think bashguard sizes are quoted according to the maximum size of the largest chainring on the bike. so a 32 bashguard should still be large enough to protect your 32T ring. however, one size larger really doesn't do that much harm.

recommendation: e13, but they all do the job really. not sure about bang for buck. other recommendation would be to learn to avoid bashing into things, you get to keep the 44T that way and it should cost much less.
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