Race Face Lightweight Bash Chain Accessories

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MSRP : $38.99


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Product Description

DesignedTo protect your inner and middle chainring,The Lightweight Bashguard is manufactured from bombproof, heatTreated aluminum.The CNC machined profiling save 25% over other “cookie cutter” designs. Comes in 4 colors. 4 bolt configurationTo cover a 34T or 36T ring Claimed Weight: 105g-40t, 95g-36t, 65g-34t Built for: DH/FR Sizes: Compact - 36 4 Bolt - 34, 36, 40


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by RobXC a Cross Country Rider from Baltimore

Date Reviewed: July 2, 2009

Strengths:    Pretty light, ballah looking, and super strong.

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
Its a given, just buy it.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $20.00


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Lightweight bash for XTR cranks?

I need something to swap out the big ring when I'm not racing, suggestions for something lightweight which will fit my shiney new 970 cranks? Also needs to not fall apart with Prolink Gold lube, the Truvativ Rockguard I tried on my Highline seemed to have an aversion to the stuff and lasted no ti ... Read More »

Race Face Lightweight 4-Bolt Bash Guard 104

Hi, can does anybody know if the new colored Race Face lightweight bash guards are painted of anodised? Also if anybody has a 34t bash could they measure the diamiter of it please. I plan on making a chain device similar to the Blackspire stinger e type and want to use one of these bash rings but ... Read More »

X post from the Turner board: lightweight bash guard

I currently run a 22_32_44 XT crankset and barely never use the big ring. I am contemplating running a 24-36-bash combo. The thing is that my bike is on the light side and I would like to keep it that way. So, here goes the silly question: What is among the lightest bash guard on the market? The ... Read More »

lightweight bash ring

I currently run a 22_32_44 crankset and barely never use the big ring. I am contemplating running a 34-36-bash combo. The thing is that my spot is on the light side and I would like to keep it that way. So, here goes the silly question: What is among the lightes bash guard on the market? I wo ... Read More »

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