Straitline Silent Guide Chain Accessories

DESCRIPTION

DesignedTo be light, rugged and maintenance free. Virtually silent dueTo our proprietary elastomeric guides. 100% machined from solid 7075T6 aluminum Approximate weight 205 grams (include bash ring and hardware) Very easyTo set up Virtually silent Laser etched

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 03, 2019]
Alex Salikan


OVERALL
RATING
3
Strength:

Light weight, full bash

Weakness:

Chain came off a handful of times at Whistler over the years

Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2010
[Oct 19, 2011]
norbar
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Durability, Weight, Silence, Looks, Ease of setup, EVERYTHING!

Weakness:

None

It never cloggs with mud, is durable as hell and silent. The sliders wear very little. It's the best guide on the market and it's only a few g heavier than an lg1+ but with a full bash! I managed to rip half of my bolts 2 times but the chainring stays true and even with half of the bolts gone I had no problems with my chain falling off. I have a very low bb and I used to ride with way too much sag (close to 50% due to me forgeting to change a spring before a 2 week trip to morzine) It's the best chainguide ever.

Similar Products Used:

MRP G2, Lapierre chain guide, roox roller coaster

[Aug 19, 2011]
noeffectx
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

no moving parts, easy to install, and light.

Weakness:

None so far

It works, easy to install, no moving parts, durable, and light.
My Giant Reign SX 2011, came with MRP Mini G2 chain guide and I smashed the bottom plate right away after hitting a rock on my local trail (Sprainridge Park. Yonkers, NY). The Straitline Chain Guide w/ Bash Guard combo feels a lot more rock solid (Aluminum) than the plasticky MRP Mini G2.

Heres what it looks like on my bike - http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6069/6061128548_927ec79f83_z.jpg

Similar Products Used:

MRP Mini G2

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