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after reading some search threads, it seems that there is an issue mounting the Evil chain guide to the 2004 Gemini 900 due to one of the tabs being covered up by the backing plate. (or something like that)
I'm in the market...but don't want to spend a lot of cash, so I am asking for advice on a DUAL ring set up for my 900. I currently run a 175mm 4 bolt Truvativ crank set with 22-32 rings and a bash guard.

Does anyone run the MRP LRP?

I don't want to have to modify parts to make the guide fit my frame....

Since I have the bash guard already, is there a "BOOMERANG" device that I could use that would be easier and just as effective? I think Truvativ makes one.

thanks.
 

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freeriderB said:
after reading some search threads, it seems that there is an issue mounting the Evil chain guide to the 2004 Gemini 900 due to one of the tabs being covered up by the backing plate. (or something like that)
I'm in the market...but don't want to spend a lot of cash, so I am asking for advice on a DUAL ring set up for my 900. I currently run a 175mm 4 bolt Truvativ crank set with 22-32 rings and a bash guard.

Does anyone run the MRP LRP?

I don't want to have to modify parts to make the guide fit my frame....

Since I have the bash guard already, is there a "BOOMERANG" device that I could use that would be easier and just as effective? I think Truvativ makes one.

thanks.
http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/13...-382-Chain-Guides/Heim-3-Ring-Chain-Guide.htm
 

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I'm sure I read somewhere that the Gemini ISCG mounts aren't properly aligened to take a three-bolt CD and that the type which goes behind the bottom bracket needs to be used.
 
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