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    Clamp type chainguide / derailleur on Blur LTC

    Just want to know if I can install a low clamp or high clamp chainguide or front derailleur on a Blur LTc. I understand the LTc comes with a high direct mount, the reason I am asking is because I would like to use the new Hope chainguide with the Hope Integrated Bash Ring, and would like to save some weight from using a BB mounted chainguide with such a large piece of metal. I was trying to see if this one will fit:

    Hope Low Clamp Chain Guide | Buy Online |

    Thanks for any input!

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    pretty sure that wont fit. thats the benefit of the direct mount to a manufacturer. they can make the seat tube any shape.

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    I tried to install an NGear Jump Stop on my TallBoy Carbon without success. I assume your Blur would have the same carbon frame problem. I just could not slide it down far enough.

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    Nope, you'll want a high clamp of some sort. Running and XCX on mine, and no way would the low version work. Look at where your seat tube changes shape and size down low - whatever you go for has to fit above that.
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