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    delete

    figured out
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    The 1x guide is designed primarily for hardtails and short-travel full-suspension rigs. We have a lot of people successfully using it on longer-travel bikes, but over rough terrain, and especially if backpedaling, it's a less than perfect solution. That said, perhaps we could fine tune your setup? Got pics?
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    thanks for the reply! im positive the guide is set up right, its all the way down and doesnt rub anywhere. i think like you said its less than ideal, i should have done some research and done it right the first time. oh well, live and learn.

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    BWAHAHAHAHAAAA sucker!!!!! I love this thread!!!! Yeah guess live and learn. Ooooor quite being such a ******, listen to your fellow MTBR when they say do it right the first time and run a full guide! Assh@t!

    Edited: To say thank you to B-kul, for an AWESOME thread, best one Ive read in ages!! Happy birthday to me!!
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    funny, when i posted this thread in the back of my mind i knew some idiot would have to chime in. should have know it would be the super cool dude who pushes to 40 tooth up the super steep gnar trails. you're a joke.

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    Maybe your chain is too long?

    (snicker)

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    lol. its possible. i think i figured it out though, the angle of the cage was angled out and pushing the chain off the ring with enough suspension movement.

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