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    Gamut P20 weight question

    Gamut lists the weight of their P20 chainguide as such:

    WEIGHTS:
    P20 bash 75g
    P20 ISCG 199g
    P20 ISCG 05 193g
    P20 BB Mount 200g

    So does this mean that the P20 BB mount weighs 275g with the bashguard or 125g without the bashgard?

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    I can't help you with the BB mount weight but I did find the 2009 P20 bash guard on a scale:

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    Very helpful. Thank you.

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    TruVativ Noir Carbon Ring Guard 32/33T x 104bcd

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    Does anyone know if the RaceFace Light Bash Ring is lighter than the p20?

    see it here:

    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...?ModelID=40422

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    Quote Originally Posted by V.P.
    Does anyone know if the RaceFace Light Bash Ring is lighter than the p20?

    see it here:

    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...?ModelID=40422


    They have a claimed weight of 100 grams and are available in seven colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake Pay


    They have a claimed weight of 100 grams and are available in seven colors.

    thanks : )

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    What about the Gamut G25 at 65g? It's aluminum, slippery, and takes a hell of a beating. I weigh about 210lbs, don't hesitate to use it, and it is dead straight.

    The noir carbon one looks awesome... has anyone actually tried to use one of these as a bash guard though? Can you slam this thing on rocks and logs repeatedly, or is it just a chain guide?

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