Syncros Carbon Chain Guide Chain Accessories

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Product Description

  • Robust construction: carbon fiber; lightweight spring steel and aluminum alloy
  • Carbon back plate is a pressure-formed, 3D shape that optimizes stiffness, reduces weight and leaves no shaggy edges to chip or peel
  • 225g (w/o bash guard)
  • Designed in conjunction with the NSMB Freeride Team,, and the Rocky Mountain Freeride Team
  • Individually adjustable top and bottom guide arms
  • Fits standard BB cups, new external BB systems and the International Standard Chain Guide (ISCG) mounting systems. No adaptors required
  • Guides and arms can be adjusted without removing the cranks or chain guide
  • Guide pulleys run on Enduro™ cartridge bearings for ultimate durability
  • Precision tooth profiles designed to run in near silence

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