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    Good job! Bionicon C.Guide on SB66

    So far it's been solid. Converted my 3x10 to 2x10 with a BBG Bashguard. Been testing it on bumpy trails and it's quiet.


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    i have one on my 575 an no complaints! Cant beat the price!

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    I had one in the past on my 95 but it kept breaking off due to rock hits. Switched to the new 2013 XT derailer with the friction clutch and haven't looked back.

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    I plan on running it with me midcage shadow plus when I convert from 3x9 to 2x10 today

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    Yeah, can't beat the price and weight. I was gonna go with the ICSG 05 tabs and Blackspire Stinger but I thought I'd give this a try and so far so good.

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    Ok all mounted up and can hear a pin drop!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Bionicon C.Guide on SB66-image.jpg  


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    Nice, is yours mounted on a cable guide?

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    Yes same as above picture.

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    Funny how things come back around. One of my riding buddies was running a DCD in the mid 1990s. Looks pretty similar to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeti575inCA View Post
    i have one on my 575 an no complaints! Cant beat the price!
    I beg to differ!



    Ha, I had a super D race the next day and my chain guide had not come in yet, so I made this setup the night before with a sawed off odi grip and zip ties. It actually worked great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy R View Post
    I beg to differ!

    Ha, I had a super D race the next day and my chain guide had not come in yet, so I made this setup the night before with a sawed off odi grip and zip ties. It actually worked great.
    I know a few people with the ghetto chain guide setup and they all having success so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mecam View Post
    I know a few people with the ghetto chain guide setup and they all having success so far.
    Yeah, I used that thing for about 3 weeks until I put my guide on.
    Here is my current non ghetto setup:

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    That ODI grip idea is pretty ingenious.

    I don't think I'll ever have the legs for 1x10 for around here, though.

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