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    Chainguide identification

    I need some help. Can anyone tell me the brand/model of the chainguide in the attached picture?
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    E-Thirteen LG1+

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    I have the same one. It rocks.
    I'm thinking about shreddin' it up right now!
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    they're built kinda cheap, had to replace the plastic bits for the 3 years I had one.

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    Very good chainguide, but there are some restrictions for chain lubricants that can be used,
    otherwise the plastic parts might fail.
    http://www.e13components.com/setup_i...ummary_web.pdf

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    Here's my old one after casing a rock. LOL.



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    Sorry for thread jacking for a sec,

    How are those twenty6 pedals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardyudoing View Post
    Sorry for thread jacking for a sec,

    How are those twenty6 pedals?
    Big fan. Those are the last gen. Prerunners. If you can find a set for cheap, they're well worth it.

    I've since rolled those to my trailbike and got a set of Predators for the big bike. Predators are a little bigger, and the pins are much more brutal. (I ground mine down a bit.)

    Signed; Twenty6 fanboy.
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    Nice, they were out of my price range when I got new pedals, so I went with the new saint mx80s lol. Thanks for the info.

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    Would have been nice to know I shouldn't have used the Finish Line Dry on my chain. I just found out the hard way. I only used it once but will stick to my regular TriFlow from here out. Thank you for posting that Miqu!
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    Quote Originally Posted by miqu View Post
    Very good chainguide, but there are some restrictions for chain lubricants that can be used,
    otherwise the plastic parts might fail.
    http://www.e13components.com/setup_i...ummary_web.pdf
    Also add cleaners, use citrus based cleaners.

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    I also have an E13 chainguide and itīs the best chainguide Iīve ever had in my whole life!

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