I just tried to install on my aluminum frame and the lower pivot link was in the way. It might work if you put it to the "wide" setting or whatever it is but I decided to return it at that point and get the Straitline Silent Guide.
can you post a pictureRidge_Rider said:I've got one on my Aluminum Nomad, I had to run it in the wide position and shave a bit of material off of the corner of the taco. But it works, I've had mine for 3 months and have had no issues.
Um, my ISCG mount Gamut G20 rotates just as easily as a BB mount guide when the rear pulley hits something. After the first time I was worried that it would break something so I loosened all the bolts a little bit so it would rotate from an impact, but not from normal use. I'd rather it move than break or tear off a tab.dropmachine.com said:Better? No. Safer? Yes.
With the BB mounted guide obviously you have the risk of it moving on a hard hit. Guess it comes down to how much your tabs are worth to you.