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    Help with Jedi Chain guide

    I need some help with the chain guide set up on the Jedi. I'm running a Saint crankset using 2 spacers on the drive side bb and 1 on the other. With the chain guide installed without the washers, the front guide doesn't have enough clearance with the chain but the rear is perfectly centered. If I add the washers, the front is ok but the rear won't clear the chain. What do I do?

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    Not sure which year Saints you are using, but for the newer Saints, CC told me to use 1 spacer on drive side, and 2 on the non-drive side. With the MRP G2 (I had to use spacers), this setup works perfectly, and haven't had any problems for the past year.

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    Older Saints

    I just set up a Jedi with the M805 Saints and used (1) spacer on the drive side and (2) on the non-drive side. I am using the E-13 LG1 and am using a gold spacer (1mm) combined with a black spacer (2mm). I am also using a 1mm spacer on the idler guide.
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    Cableguy: I'm using the M815 Saint cranks. OK, I'll try using 1 spacer on the drive side and 2 on the non drive side. This will however bring the crank to chainstay clearance on the right side pretty thin. Is that how yours look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juicy
    Cableguy: I'm using the M815 Saint cranks. OK, I'll try using 1 spacer on the drive side and 2 on the non drive side. This will however bring the crank to chainstay clearance on the right side pretty thin. Is that how yours look?
    I have about 1cm worth (maybe a little less) of clearance with my M815 and medium Jedi. Like I said, this was what Chris Canfield told me to do, and worked great.

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