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    Whose Running a 1x10 or 1x9 on there 11' 575

    Whose Running a 1x10 or 1x9 on there 11' 575 with a bash/guide?

    im thinking of converting my 11 575 enduro to a 1x10 and Gamut p20 single guide.

    can i remove my big and small ring and convert? or will i need a specific single crank setup?

    post pics of what your setup if you have.
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    I have been running 1x9 on my asr 5 the whole time that I have it with no issues. I have a couple of buddies running 1x10 on the '11 575 as well. One with a gamut p20 and one with an e13 lg1.
    As far as any specific stuff, you can run your current middle ring, but it works even smoother if you get a non ramped ring designed for chainguide use.
    Here is my setup:
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    I am 1x9 with Gamut set up, wouldn't go back!

    Is as simple as taking the outer and granny off, fitting bash and guide then you're good to go!
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    i went with it. Gamut p20.

    fits good an everythings smooth. there is literally 1mm between the granny bolt studs and the guides bolts lol. super close but it fits.
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    Sweet! Depending on how soft you have your rear shock, you may need to rotate your guide clockwise to stop the chain rubbing on the the top bit when riding.

    As I don't have ISGC mounts, I spent a lot of time taking crank on and off to make fine adjustments

    Enjoy your new silent ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by knockbox View Post
    Sweet! Depending on how soft you have your rear shock, you may need to rotate your guide clockwise to stop the chain rubbing on the the top bit when riding.

    As I don't have ISGC mounts, I spent a lot of time taking crank on and off to make fine adjustments

    Enjoy your new silent ride!
    Don't you have ISCG-adaptor? Do not need to adjust by taking of crank then

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    Yeah, found out about them after I'd bought and fitted the device! At least when you have it dialed, its fit and forget.

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    Sorry, mine is a ASR5 but it could be done on any bike.

    I went from a 1x9.


    Thought I had to have a 2x10


    ...and then missed my 1x so I have done a strange conversion of 1x10 using the inside ring for better chain alignment. Works great and I have a perfect combo of gear which leaves me in the middle of the cassette most of the time with a great climbing gear and I never spin out of gear.





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    Quote Originally Posted by knockbox View Post
    Sweet! Depending on how soft you have your rear shock, you may need to rotate your guide clockwise to stop the chain rubbing on the the top bit when riding.

    As I don't have ISGC mounts, I spent a lot of time taking crank on and off to make fine adjustments

    Enjoy your new silent ride!
    Yea i played around wit it.

    its fitting nice and super silent!
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    Cool man, happy trails!

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