ISCG tab mounted bash guard
Long story short, I couldn't fit the chain guide I wanted in my TransAM frame so I ended up it a chain guide (e13 TRS) that does not have a bash guard. The guide works great, but I'm weary of not having a bash guard.
I was considering taking an old bash guard and cutting/modifying/drilling some holes in it to mount on the inside of chain guide tabs.
I could make it work, but I was wondering if this would bend the ISCG tabs on an impact. The tabs are steel if that makes a difference. Has anyone tried this?
2015 Trek Farley 8 26er fat
2013 Transition TransAM 29er
2012 Banshee Spitfire 26er
2005 Trek Bruiser urban single speed
worst case you would bend them back.
I'd think the bash would bend first, which I'd rather have happen than messing up the frame/chain/ring. Don't see why it couldn't work though, you'd in effect just be making a taco bash.
The taco bash on my Reign-X has taken a few good hits and the tabs seem good so far...
Trim it small enough to juuuuuuust cover over your chain/ring for maximum coverage?
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