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    The shop just needs to send us the pic but you can always contact us directly as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenbentit View Post
    The shop just needs to send us the pic but you can always contact us directly as well.
    Guess I'll have to contact you directly. My LBS is having no luck. It's been a month and they cannot resolve this issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ineedmorecowbell View Post
    Guess I'll have to contact you directly. My LBS is having no luck. It's been a month and they cannot resolve this issue.
    The shim takes all of 30 seconds to glue into place. Mine came out during a wheel install and had to be re-glued. So it's a bit of a PITA, but when it's in place it works well.
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    Def. give us a call! That's way too long....
    Quote Originally Posted by Ineedmorecowbell View Post
    Guess I'll have to contact you directly. My LBS is having no luck. It's been a month and they cannot resolve this issue.
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    It's easy to install but you do need to let the epoxy cure for a min. of 4 hours before doing anything. Prepping the surface is also key, I'm betting installing these parts after the bike has been ridden will require a higher level of contaminant removal than what we deal with on a brand new frame.
    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    The shim takes all of 30 seconds to glue into place. Mine came out during a wheel install and had to be re-glued. So it's a bit of a PITA, but when it's in place it works well.
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    My pivot mach 6 has about 2-3mm of space between the 11 tooth Cog/XTR 10 speed chain and the upper chain stay and the cassette is fitted to a Hope Evo Pro 2 Hub. Thing is it doesn't Rub (there is an upper chain stay protector on the mach 6) but maybe that's because I have my chain tensioned pretty well and my Gamut Chain Guide keeps the chain where it should be..most of the time

    Oh those chain stay protectors are not that great on the Pivot Mach6 or is that just because the glue holding them on is rubbish ? Hmmm the glue probably lol!

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    Hmm, I zip tied my Pivot chain stay protector's because the glue that Pivot used is not wearing well at all..problem kinda solved...I hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kronze667 View Post
    Hmm, I zip tied my Pivot chain stay protector's because the glue that Pivot used is not wearing well at all..problem kinda solved...I hope
    I found a flexible adhesive like Shoe Goo or Freesole works well for sticking those rubber protectors back on the frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    I found a flexible adhesive like Shoe Goo or Freesole works well for sticking those rubber protectors back on the frame.
    Ditto shoo goo works great. Just hold the protector in place with a couple of wire ties while it is drying. Then once dry clip them off.

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