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    2010 enduro going 1x10

    Im currently running 2x9 with the standard garmut roller on my s-works enduro:



    Im switching over to 1x10 with a clutch mech. I plan on keeping the garmut roller .Does anyone do the same? or am i best to ditch it aswell and go for a top guide?


    Will the roller even work with a 1x10 setup?


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    i run a straitline on my enduro. no roller just moto-style slider with a top guide and bash. If you're using a clutch rear mech you could just go with a top guide from mrp or similar if you don't normally worry about rock strikes, or edges and ledges to hang your bb on.
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    I run a single 34t ring on my 2010 Enduro, and use a clutch rear mech with this:

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

    Bolts straight onto the swingarm with the derailleur mounts. Very neat solution!

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    Ahh that looks perfect Mike - thanks guys

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    What's your current middle ring? You might be able to get away using it.

    I personally would go 32 front for a little more pedal ability when going uphill and 11-36 rear on the 10 speed cassette.

    On of theses guys for chain retention and done:

    MRP AMG Chain Retention System 32 38T Iscg 05 Black | eBay

    If going single ring in the front, I always think the best combo to pedal uphill as fitness is note the best here. DH, just let the bike roll and no brakes!

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    Thanks - that looks decent too with the included bash/skid plate maybe thats a better option?

    Im currently running 24 and 36 rings but they could do with being replaced - Think im going to go 34 renthal front ring with the 11-36 cassette.

    Edit: Actually just realised that only supports upto 32t rings.


    Theres not that many hills around here (uk) im thinking 32 might be too easy and im going to run out of gears - im not the fittest guy in the world and thought 34 would be ideal.

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    I think they can support up to 34t and oh, don't forget having a clutch in the rear mech!

    You are going to also love how clean ur handlebars are gonna look after the conversion.

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    2010 enduro going 1x10

    Went for the E.thirteen top guide in the end which I've received today. I can't for the life of me figure out how to mount it.

    @mikebowden can you tell me if I've bought the correct one?

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    Im guessing it should bolt straight to the derailleur mount above but the holes are staggered and it dont seem to fit

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    I'm looking at the same thing for my Pivot Mach 5. Does it come with bolts?

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    Yes it comes with all the bolts you need and spacers.

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    do the bolt holes line up? If you had an e type derailleur mounted on before there's no reason why it wouldn't fit i presume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonaid View Post
    do the bolt holes line up? If you had an e type derailleur mounted on before there's no reason why it wouldn't fit i presume.
    Yeah the holes line up but if you look at the bottom pic the holes are staggered so one needs packing about 5mm to fit

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    I have a 5mm or so spacer on mine. When I fitted mine, I had to get Specialized to send me a new adapter (the bit that originally bolts between the derailleur and the frame. I think the spacer came with this, but some washers should work. Hope this helps!

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    2010 enduro going 1x10

    Thanks much appreciated.

    Finally got it fitted after packing it out with washers and managing to find a long enough bolt.

    I'm not using any if the included spacers with the chain guide.

    I'm a bit if a noob with this - with me now removing the ISCG adapter what spacers should I be running on the bottom bracket ? Drive side and non- drive side?

    Thanks

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