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Old 04-29-04, 02:24 PM
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What's a "Bike Shield"?!?

Got a bike shield delivered with my new road bike - it's clear, rubbery plastic.... whats it for?
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If it's what I think it is, it's a clear adhesive layer that you place on parts of the frame to protect it from scratches and chips. e.g. place it on the downtube, chainstays, head tube etc.
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Originally Posted by Stubacca
If it's what I think it is, it's a clear adhesive layer that you place on parts of the frame to protect it from scratches and chips. e.g. place it on the downtube, chainstays, head tube etc.


I have no idea what any of those are...
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Originally Posted by belfast-biker
I have no idea what any of those are...

This should help, eh.
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Originally Posted by belfast-biker
I have no idea what any of those are...
This might help....
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Originally Posted by KleinMp99
This should help, eh.
Just beat me to it... but you forgot the head tube!
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Originally Posted by Stubacca
Just beat me to it... but you forgot the head tube!

I got it covered
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Damn guys, that's great!!!!
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