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I just use old tubes and wrap them around the chainstay. Electrical tape and a zip tie to hold it on. It cushions, protects both the chain and the chainstay and I'm recycling ;)
 

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wow thanks for the insightful, and useful responses guys!

Keep up the good work at keeping MTBR a fun, friendly atmosphere!


and, don't you think I would have done a bit of searching to know that I can't find them at either of those retailers before I created a whole new thread?
Thanks for the oh so useful links though
 

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Does anyone know where to buy one of these aside from through Bianchi?

I more want a neoprene protector instead of the stick on type. Any ideas?

I see nothing on eBay, and the Bianchi website so far is the only place that I can find these!

Thanks in advance!:thumbsup:
Bring up Ebay and enter chainstay....about 20 to choose from.
 

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skim1040 said:
Does anyone know where to buy one of these aside from through Bianchi?

I more want a neoprene protector instead of the stick on type. Any ideas?

I see nothing on eBay, and the Bianchi website so far is the only place that I can find these!

Thanks in advance!:thumbsup:
Old tube and zip ties FTMFW!:thumbsup:
 

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skim1040 said:
Keep up the good work at keeping MTBR a fun, friendly atmosphere!
You were the one looking to put a big sticker on your bike telling people their bikes suck.

Dumb.

That such a sticker would come on a cheap, offshored Bianchi is insanely funny.
 

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skim1040 said:
Does anyone know where to buy one of these aside from through Bianchi?

I more want a neoprene protector instead of the stick on type. Any ideas?

I see nothing on eBay, and the Bianchi website so far is the only place that I can find these!

Thanks in advance!:thumbsup:
Souhegan cycle works in Milford NH had them, theyre very thin and basicly useless for protection.
+1 on the inner tube and zip ties
 

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Oh yes! The Irony!!!


alright, I quit...Kiwi's E-dick IS in fact bigger than mine...congratulations on being the ******* of the forums! Keep it up.
 

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skim1040 said:
wow thanks for the insightful, and useful responses guys!

Keep up the good work at keeping MTBR a fun, friendly atmosphere!

and, don't you think I would have done a bit of searching to know that I can't find them at either of those retailers before I created a whole new thread?
Thanks for the oh so useful links though
You aren't worth the effort.
 

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skim1040 said:
Oh yes! The Irony!!!

alright, I quit...Kiwi's E-dick IS in fact bigger than mine...congratulations on being the ******* of the forums! Keep it up.
Ouch!

Damn. You really need to work on that sense of humor. :rolleyes:

fp
 

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skim1040 said:
So nobody else can find one?
Souhegan cycle works in Milford NH had them, theyre very thin and basicly useless for protection.
Souhegan cycle works in Milford NH had them, theyre very thin and basicly useless for protection.
Souhegan cycle works in Milford NH had them, theyre very thin and basicly useless for protection.
Souhegan cycle works in Milford NH had them, theyre very thin and basicly useless for protection.
Souhegan cycle works in Milford NH had them, theyre very thin and basicly useless for protection.:eekster:
 

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I have one on my "cheap, offshored Bianchi ", but as Dan-O said... "they're very thin and basicly useless for protection". I covered mine because as someone else said, "why would you want to tell someone else their bike sucks"?
 
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