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Whcih chain guide?

shore_riding_rocksshore_riding_rocks Posts: 31
edited February 2008 in MTB buying advice
hi, i am looking to invest in a new chain guide and i am just looking at whats available. So far
E - 13 SRS guides seem to be very popular and MRP also seem quite good. thanks :)
my parents made me what i am today ... i'm thinking of suing

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  • what sort of riding is it for, found mrp to be slightly more light weight, so more xc orientated.
    If you aint in A&E, you aint riding hard enough

    http://identiti4lfe.pinkbike.com/album/Scott-Ransom
  • mainly freeride with a bit of dirt jumping mixed in so weight doesn't really bother, i'm mainly interested in keepin the chain on :)
    my parents made me what i am today ... i'm thinking of suing
  • go with an e13 then my friend no one i know has ever said a cross word although can be a bi**h to fit but thats all don't let it put you off!! 8)
    If you aint in A&E, you aint riding hard enough

    http://identiti4lfe.pinkbike.com/album/Scott-Ransom
  • Jimbob_no5Jimbob_no5 Posts: 1,568
    mine wasn't too bad to fit, do have a look on ebay for an SRS, thats where i got mine, £55 instead of £110
    Pinkbike

    I believe in only 2 things in life.
    1) Drink is not my friend
    2) D-Locking cnuts ;)
  • Sir HCSir HC Posts: 20,148
    found mrp to be slightly more light weight, so more xc orientated.

    What a load of rubbish, the MRP has been used for dowhill, 4x, duel, dual and freeride for years. Its more than up to the job, I've had the same one for a few years now, been faultless, doddle to fit.
    Intense Socom
    Inbred
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