Gamut USA Bashguard Chain Accessories

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Gamuts polycarbonate bashguards are lightweight and durable. A whopping 9.5mmThick! Published weight: 91 g(34T), 106 g(36t), 117 g(40t) 34t = P20, 36t= P30, 40t=P40

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Chain too thick for chainring / bashguard

I have a SRAM PC-1 1/8" chain and set up a Shimano Deore Crankset with a 32t chainring and BBG Bashguard. The snaplink doesn't quite fit in between the two and it creates a click when it gets to the chainring. I may get a couple washers and space out the bashguard but the correct size washers ar ... Read More »

Bashguard for SRAM XX1 28T?

I've seen multiple comments and vendor ads for bashguards compatible down to 30T, but none for a 28T ring. Does one exist????Read More »

Bashguard question

Hi friends. Quick question since I'm a total backguard-noob. I've always been riding XC but after switching to 1x10 I feel that my front chainring is in a very vulnerable spot. The trails around where I live are very technical, rocky and almost trail/all mountain-style. So I was looking at someth ... Read More »

SB-75 Bashguard?

Any SB-75 owners out there have found a good (preferably non-ISCG) bashguard solution? The combination of SRAM S1000 2x10 crankset with the X7 derailleur makes it tricky. I'm looking at the Blackspire Defender but it's hard to say if it will clear the derailleur bracket, or even mate sufficiently w ... Read More »

Question about bashguard for stock Scott Spark 960

Just curious if anyone knows off the top of their head which bashguard will fit on the 2013 Scott Spark 960? Its got the Shimano M430 8 octalink crankset. I would be getting rid off the outer ring (44t I believe) to replace it with a bashguard. Any info from anybody who has a guard installed or has ... Read More »

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