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    Shadow conspiracy interloc v2?

    Where to get them?(needs to ship to canada). Are they fully compatible with MTB sized chainrings and cogs(will be running 26/13 or 28/14 if that makes any difference)? Are there any alternatives(cheaper is a plus)?

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    pintle is an alternative, and Eastern26 has a half-link as well, but it might just be a rebadged kmc... check their site store at eastern26dotcom
    check albesdotcom or staff-bmxdotcom solid shops.

    you know... I'm honestly not sure how compatible they are with thin mtb chainrings. I have mine on a bmx sprocket, and I know bmx sprockets will NOT work with a thin gear chain.... it might work, backwards compatible, but you might just get some side-to-side play on the chainring. your norco has 3piece cranks, why not just get a bmx sprocket? then you would be all set.
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    It seems to work fine when running it on a little MTB chainring. But I agree, if you can, just get the solid chainwheel. I really liked my Animal Lite v2s.

    The KMC Pintle is cheaper.

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    K, right now i run my interlock on mtb cog/chainring with no problem. The chain just rubs on my e13 abit but no biggie, it just needs to wear the bash down a little.

    You can get em from www.3ride.com (canadaian) the price is $49cdn plus shipping and tax. your total will be $60 from 3ride. Here it is. Add it to your cart to see for yourself.

    http://www.3ride.com/bmx/detail.asp?itemID=1819


    They are sweet

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    Quote Originally Posted by cummings
    K, right now i run my interlock on mtb cog/chainring with no problem. The chain just rubs on my e13 abit but no biggie, it just needs to wear the bash down a little.

    You can get em from www.3ride.com (canadaian) the price is $49cdn plus shipping and tax. your total will be $60 from 3ride. Here it is. Add it to your cart to see for yourself.

    http://www.3ride.com/bmx/detail.asp?itemID=1819


    They are sweet

    yeah, how's that working out after you flipped it from being installed upside down orginally?
    WOW, I had no idea the shadows were so pricey in CA! I really don't know, but if Eastern26 ships to CA, their half-link chains (limited edition, so I'd call'em soon), are only $19USD, and shipping direct from them is pretty cheap here (got a hub from them for like $6ship or so), couldn't imagine it should be much more to you up there! just give'em a call!
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    No usually the shipping prices are the same, the only difference is that we have to pay customs upon reception of the item.

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    You could space the bash out... Or the chainring in... That would solve your clearance issues...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    yeah, how's that working out after you flipped it from being installed upside down orginally?
    WOW, I had no idea the shadows were so pricey in CA! I really don't know, but if Eastern26 ships to CA, their half-link chains (limited edition, so I'd call'em soon), are only $19USD, and shipping direct from them is pretty cheap here (got a hub from them for like $6ship or so), couldn't imagine it should be much more to you up there! just give'em a call!
    Yea, I flipped it and its working out good. Looks way better too I actually got mine cheaper because i just got it from my lbs. it didnt cost me 60. oh ya, yhose prices were in cdn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    You could space the bash out... Or the chainring in... That would solve your clearance issues...
    Its no problem, its almost worn down. if i space the bash out with washers, wouldnt that make it weeker a bit (flexy)? And if I move the chainring, it might mees my chainline but ne ways, it aint no problem.

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