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    Paul Components Chain Keeper @ HucknRoll for $33

    Paul Components Chain Keeper for $33:
    http://www.hucknroll.com/paul-components-chain-keeper

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    Got one. Free shipping over $50 or shipping via USPS adds $6.99. Even with shipping this is the cheapest price I could find. I have one on my 29er HT already and love it - works great for 1 x 9.

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    freakin crap .... now if only it would work with my IBIS frame..... i needed it today bouncing around the single track powerlines.... chain came off 3x.....

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    Good price for a part that is made in the US and works very well.
    http://www.nbbikes.com/
    ^^^Best Bike Shop of MTBR 2008^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandmangts
    Good price for a part that is made in the US and works very well.
    Well...$40 total for a simple aluminum part.

    Mine arrived today rattling around in a box big enough for a pair of shoes yet completely empty except for a packing slip and the Chain Keeper itself. No packing material of any kind in the box. Not a big deal I guess but it struck me as odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clones123
    Well...$40 total for a simple aluminum part.

    Mine arrived today rattling around in a box big enough for a pair of shoes yet completely empty except for a packing slip and the Chain Keeper itself. No packing material of any kind in the box. Not a big deal I guess but it struck me as odd.


    Welcome to purchasing from HuckNRoll, Chainlove, Department of Goods, Bonktown, etc.
    I crashed hard enough on my Tallboy to break my leg,
    The carbon is way more durable than most people.

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    just an FYI this is price matched at Treefort.com now, had to order some other things and went with the homies in zi treeeees
    Rudy Projects look ridiculous

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikej
    Welcome to purchasing from HuckNRoll, Chainlove, Department of Goods, Bonktown, etc.
    All of them are great and prices rock

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