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    Taco Guard (e.g. MRP XCG) on a Trigger 29er 1?

    Will putting an ISCG skid plate, taco guard, on my Trigger 29er void my warranty? e.g. the MRP XCG or AM guide using a 1x10 or 1x11 setup.

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    I'll answer my own question...

    From Cdale custserv:
    "No issues in using a chain guide/guard on this model. The ISCG tabs are ISCG03 (old ISCG). Your local Cannondale Retailer can further assist in getting what you need and for proper setup.

    We hope you enjoy the trails on your new Trigger 29'er. Ride on!"

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    How do you like your trigger 29 so far? I'm debating between this bike and ibis mojo hd, spesh enduro 29, Santa Cruz TL and Bronson as well as Yeti SB95

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    Don't have mine yet. Maybe end of next week. Good thing for the bike industry spring is late arriving this year.

    Those are all good bike choices, don't think you'd go wrong with any of them. It might come down to price, and component spec. If you get the trigger, get the '1'. In theory, the extra 'trail' in the lefty combined with short stem and wide bars should be at least part of the magic the testers have been raving about.

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