So I finally decided to convert my bike over to a 1x9 setup.
After Doing some research I decided on the N-gear jump stop to fulfill the duties of keeping my chain from jumping off on to my bottom bracket.
I placed my order HERE.
Emailed the owner, $10.40 through paypal, and 3 days later the jump stop was at my door.
It came in a yellow padded envelope.
In there was a nicely packaged setup.
Here's everything it came with:
This little bit is the piece that does all the work. It's a nice piece of steel. Not easily bendable and really light weight. (The whole kit weighs 30grams)
Here is the band that attaches to your bike. It's made of a fiber reinforced material. Doesn't like to be bent sharply but that also means it's more rigid and will probably hold up real well.
This is it all put together and fully extended. At this length it'll reach some bikes big rings.
Here it is closed down all the way:
One neat little thing to note is the little notch on the bolt that slides inside the tracks of the metal cage. This helps to keep the bolt from loosening up. Nice attention to details.
And finally here it is mounted up to the bike. As you can see it's only a little bit more than halfway extended. Plenty of room for adjustment.
I haven't had a chance to ride my bike yet but when I do I'll post how everything went. I'm also still waiting on a BBG bashguard to finish out everything.
Hopefully with the bashgaurd and my Jump Stop losing my chain will be a thing of the past
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