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    Quote Originally Posted by cSquared View Post
    Sure they are- We sell world wide
    Oh, sorry, i meant the MRP bling ring, but it is good that you confirmed i can get it shipped to EU when you got the 135 sized ones out

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    Received my Micro SL on Friday, looks good and small! All I need now is the 28t from Home Brewed to rock up and then I can slap 'em onto the Middleburns and then onto my One.

    Hopefully next month will yield that last piece to the puzzle
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    BigCRS, is the lower tension portion of the guide a roller wheel? Or, a slider? (Which seems to be getting more and more common due to it's simplicity and lack of maintenance)
    I'm pretty much done with lower roller wheels.
    As much as I love my Gamut P20, I recently had to replace the whole lower roller after we got caught out in a storm in Delaware (think fine, silty mud). One ride and it was toast.
    ....and $30.
    Then, I see Gamut released a slider at Sea Otter. Go figure.

    Not trying to rob the thread. I really like the looks of this MRP.... and 28T micro. Perfect for my trail needs here in PA.

    Wondered if you could post a photo of the lower bits, BigCRS?
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    Answered my own question as I read the fine print in the description of the guide on the MRP site: "Integrated Skid/Lower Guide including sealed bearing pulley wheel"........ I'll keep it on my radar for the next planned build but I'll be patiently waiting for a slider.... Or, possibly a whole other guide, even if from someone else. Or, hope that replacement parts are inexpensive should something happen crud wise to this guide....
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    It is basic jockey wheel of derailleur, so not so expensive.

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    BTW, I presume I need the ISCG as opposed to the ISGC-05 for the One?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Sylvain View Post
    BTW, I presume I need the ISCG as opposed to the ISGC-05 for the One?
    Yep that's the one.
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    Any news on 135mm ones?

    I got South Tirol trip coming up and extra gearing for downhill would be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakucee View Post
    Any news on 135mm ones?

    I got South Tirol trip coming up and extra gearing for downhill would be nice.
    I heard/read somewhere that mid June would see the other sized hubs come in.
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    They are being shipped to us now. We should see them in a couple weeks.
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    Can the qr ones use 10mm bolt through axle?

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    Nevermind, i just found out bunch of manufacturers make step down axles so you can adapt a 12mm to QR dropouts.

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    C Bro's & associates, those hot hubs landed yet?
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    We get them this week! YEA!!!!
    Watch for new pictures and weight, etc.
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    After a long wait for parts to arrive I finally got the chance to on to throw the Mini SL and Middleburn's. I'd put the order in for a Hombrewed 28t ring, but after 10 weeks of waiting (12 weeks and still waiting) I coughed up the cash and ordered a Middleburn 32t ring as a place holder, just so I could things running.

    But F%$k!! It turns out that the Micro Guide and the Middleburns don't and won't work together! The cranks rub up hard against the top and bottom chain guides. I've spaced, adjusted, shifted the guide to try and make things work in harmony. I'm gunna have another look at tomorrow, but it looks like I'm up for another type crankset.
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    You can get the Mini SL and middleburns to play nice- That is what I have on my Proto Jedi right now-

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcrs View Post

    But F%$k!! It turns out that the Micro Guide and the Middleburns don't and won't work together! The cranks rub up hard against the top and bottom chain guides. I've spaced, adjusted, shifted the guide to try and make things work in harmony. I'm gunna have another look at tomorrow, but it looks like I'm up for another type crankset.
    The four bolt won't work, but the 5 bolt does. I found this out the hard way....gave up on the 28t and went with a 30t, 5 bolt. I also had to shave some material to get everything just right.

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    The Micro doesn't work with 104BD cranks.

    From the website:

    "*Will not work with 104BCD cranks, requires use of MRP Bling Ring or similar, spider-less style chainrings or sprockets."
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    Ya, I bought the Micro before the info was out, I made it play....here is a pic. You can see on the upper guide where I shaved it.


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    What you need is the chain ring that Middleburn offers that is direct mount, no spider. Chris and I both are running the middleburns with a 32 tooth ring and the micro guide. Fits great.
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    And Sram has removable spider cranks too. I have the X9 with a 28 tooth on my Nimble 9.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Micro Drive & Guide-micro-drive.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by flymybike View Post
    What you need is the chain ring that Middleburn offers that is direct mount, no spider. Chris and I both are running the middleburns with a 32 tooth ring and the micro guide. Fits great.
    Yes, I wish they made those in anything smaller then a 32!

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    Quote Originally Posted by motochick View Post
    The four bolt won't work, but the 5 bolt does. I found this out the hard way....gave up on the 28t and went with a 30t, 5 bolt. I also had to shave some material to get everything just right.
    Do you have the RS7 or RS8 cranks? Sorry if you mentioned it before, what was the problem you had when you were using the 28t? Was it Homebrewed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by flymybike View Post
    We get them this week! YEA!!!!
    Watch for new pictures and weight, etc.
    Sweet! Problem is now, I have spent all my dollars on custom Avy gear:

    Custom Canifield gear next month
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