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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by DROP, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. DROP

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    ok i don't have any isgs mounts on my frame but I need a chain guide so i was wondering if there are any chain guides i could buy that mount right to the seat tube where the deralier normally mounts. it would be ok if there was only one wheel. thanx for your help so much. its desperitl;y needed
     

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  3. DROP

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    is it any good?
     
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    kona jack**** seems to work. I just used a skateboard wheel and a hoseclamp.
     
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    you can also use a ISCG adapter like this one:
     
  7. DROP

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    how does it secure on though? thats what im after tho
     
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    Rip Mr. Excitement

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    Goes on the bottom bracket.
     
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    O I C thanx
     
  10. lux

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    There are tons of non-ISCG chainguides available.

    Here's one --

     
  11. John P.

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    I'm not sure about other companies, but ALL e13 chainguides come with adapters so that they can be used with or without frames with chainguide mounts. When installed correctly, a BB flange mount can be every bit as effective as an ISCG mount. Drop Jonas, our main tech guru, a line if you have any questions or concerns: jonasm@e13components.com.

    Later,

    John