Pedros Chain Keeper Chain Accessories

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Product Description

Works much better than a chain hook & allows easy adjustment of chain tension. When the rear wheel is out, the Chain Keeper should be in

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Chain Keeper

I have a 2012 Trek SF100 al and I am looking for a chain keeper that will work with the BB95 integrated bottom bracket, or a seat tube type that will fit the 36.2mm tube. Suggestions.Read More »

home made direct mount chain keeper - SB 66

I'm running a 2x10 and would like to go 1x10 with a bash guard. I'm already using a bionicon device to reduce chain slap on the bottom. I'm thinking of getting a piece of kydex and forming up a guide similar to the one below, but direct mount. The design would be very simple b/c the mounting brac ... Read More »

Do I really need a chain keeper?

Ive been running a 32 tooth Salsa single speed chain ring on my hardtails 1x9 drive train. Ive also been using a bash guard and chain keeper. I disassembled my bike to polish the frame and im liking the uncluttered look without the chain keeper and possibly without the bash guard as well. Being that ... Read More »

Direct mount 1x10 chain keeper. MRP1X vs Paul's

Any input/reviews for the direct mount versions? I have seen a few negative reviews of the Paul's, but it all had to do with the mounting issues on big downtube bikes. This is going on my Remedy 9.9, so it will be mounted via the direct mount FD holes. I'm leaning towards the Paul's as it loo ... Read More »

Paul comp chain keeper - which one for Pugsley?

I know I've seen a few Paul Chain keepers in bike shots on here, but can't find any clean shots of one on a Pugsley. Which Paul Chain Keeper will work as-is on a Pugsley? There is mention on the Paul site that a problem solvers adapter is compatible, but is it necessary? thanksRead More »

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