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ebxtreme said:
If you're running a dual ring setup, I'd go for this. I've got it on my big bike and it works great. You'll need to get the one that sandwiches between the BB and NOT the ISCG mount version though.

http://www.blackspire.com/chain-guides/stinger
Already got one of those on my Enduro :thumbsup:
Was really looking for a single ring setup for the Stinky, as its gonna be my downhill rig. Its more than enough bike for the UK!
 

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If you get an ISCG guide, you can purchase a e-type adapter for it. You clamp the adapter between the frame and the bottom bracket cup, and essentially acts like ISCG tabs.

e13 and MRP both make some great guides. I've had good luck with both.
 

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Actually, the stinger only comes as a dual ring and can be modified to work on a single ring with another guard plate. I checked with Blackspire to be sure. Here was the response.

"Yes! You are correct. For your Stinky you need the E-type(BB mount) version of the Stinger. Yes, we only sell it in the dual ring configuration....it can easily be converted to a single ring setup just by using the Blackspire Blackguard plate in place of the granny ring."

best regards,
Aaron Hart
Blackspire Designs Ltd.
#5 - 730 Eaton Way
Delta, BC
V3M 6J9
(604)522-6644
[email protected]
 
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