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    Hive XCX e-type chain guide on Mach 5?

    Has anyone used this on their Mach 5 or any other Pivot? I curious if it fits. Thanks

    XCX+ E-type/S3 Direct Mount | the hive

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    XCX+ High Direct Mount | the hive

    I use this and it works great.

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    ah so the high direct mount works. Do you have pictures? Thanks

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    No pics at this time. Sorry

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    Does anyone know if the low mount works also?

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    Low mount guides will not work on high mount frames

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunt pimp View Post
    Low mount guides will not work on high mount frames
    Ok thanks again. Which frame do you have?

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    Hive XCX e-type chain guide on Mach 5?-20130628_181239%5B1%5D.jpg

    Just put one on, E-type/s3 direct mount. The MRP one, 1x i think, didn't work for the 34t ring I was trying to run since there's a nut on the otherside of the guide. Chain was hitting on the sides of the guide.

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    Thanks for the pic! Is that a high mount or a low mount? Looks like a low mount..

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    Low mount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuutsak View Post
    Low mount.
    Hi, does anyone know, if the e13 XCX+ high mount works with a 30t guidering e.g. wolftooth?

    I would also be very grateful for any other suggestions for a high mount chain guide working with a single 30t guidering.

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    Looking into this option as well. Went 1x and used a Raceface 30T ring. I got a Bionicon and the chain drops when I'm in the 11T.
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    I use a 30t NW Race Face, don't need a chain guide at all...not 1 drop since buying it 4 months ago. 1x10 M6

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    I'm using a 9sp XT...no clutch.
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    I've seen that one. Shiftup also has one...and the price is similar.

    direct mount Chain catcher

    It could be made cheaper by using plastic instead of carbon.
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