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    bash guard recommendation

    I would like to add a bash guard to cover my 32T ring on my Redline Monocog 29er. Could you please recommend a brand, part no. that would work.

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    I have been using BBG bashguards for a while. Prices used to be a bit lower, but $18 delivered is still a good bit cheaper than most any other bashguards out there.

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    When I converted my gearie to a 1X9 I got a Gamut. Haven't looked back since. Don't over tighten the bolts though or else you'll crack it!
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    Don't really like bashguards myself but if I ever put one on I'd be getting this one... not sure if it will fit the Mono but I think it might... SHINY!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    I have been using BBG bashguards for a while. Prices used to be a bit lower, but $18 delivered is still a good bit cheaper than most any other bashguards out there.
    +1

    The BBG guard has held up really well. I originally had ordered a "superlight" model and it lasted pretty well over some logs, but did bend so I order one of the normal models and that has held up very well. Simple designs, durable and cheap...although it does looks like the price has gone up a bit.

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