DMR Chain Disc Chainring

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DMR Chain Disc. Chainrings - MTB. There is no compromise when it comes to gearing, one tooth up or down is the difference between victory and loss or clearing or casing the gap. So we make sure our discs come in a full range of useable sizes, so you can gear up to suit your need ....

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Chain tensioners and disc brakes

So i installed some elixir 3s on my single speed, and i am having a problem with the chain tensioners. I tension the chain perfectly, and straighten out the wheel, but whenever I pull the rear brake the wheel moves backwards only on the brake side of the wheel and the tire rubs against the frame and ... Read More »

Chain Stay mounted Disc Brake

I noticed these carbon frames coming out of China have Chain Stay mounted disc brakes instead of the traditional seat stay mounting. Anyone have one of these or have tried it. I heard it is supposed to reduce the rear brake vibration. I wonder if the mounting is the same.Read More »

Chain and rear disc hub-HELP PLS

Hi All, I have AGAIN snapped another chain, this time on tarmac! I need recommendation on a replacement, strong please as I'm 120kg and a long time SS rider so i give them a fair amount of punishment. I also need a SS rear hub with disc to go into a road commuting set 32 hole. All opinions will ... Read More »

22mm chain stay disc brake adapter

I looked around on-line for an adapter to get disc brakes on the rear of my 99 Klein Attitude Comp and I couldn't find anything that worked so I had a local laser and fabrication shop make me one (I am friends with the owner). I found out that there is a demand for these on the market so we made a ... Read More »

mavic chain disc?

do all mavic wheels come with a "chain disc"? I recently purchased a mavic wheel set. When I got home and looked at the manual it showed instructions to put on a chain disc before the cassette. My wheel set does not have a chain disc.:eekster: I would like one, it appears to protect the spokes from ... Read More »

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