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I'm not home & trying to figure out what size jump stop I need to for the front sprocket; I don't know what size the tube is. Can anyone help, or point me to something they've used?

...this is my bike, but I've configured as a 1x9. LINK

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The Jump Stop should be whatever size your front derailleur clamp was, but since that bike didn't use a clamp-on front derailleur you'll have to measure the seat tube yourself. Is the seat tube round in the area across from the top of your middle ring?
 

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are you talking about the N-Gear jump stop? I would not recommend it on a full suspension bike based on my experience.....it just didn't work for me.....for hard-tails the jump stop works fine....
 

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id have to agree, something like an e13 xcx guide would be better.
love the simple sets for 1x9- I have set these up on a Nomad and an Intense 6.6 and had pretty good results- not great. These types of set ups work best on hard tails or cross bikes- just too many moving parts.
 

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Thanks guys. The E13 XCX looks like what I need. I'll take a look later, but I had the impression that the tube is oval at that point, so I would need a BB-mounted solution like the XCX.
 
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