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    Chain guide on a remedy

    dose any one have any experance with putting a chain guide on a remedy 6
    xterrain :Modifying a helmet is like double wrapping condoms, more than likely it'll do more harm than good.

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    That is a very vague question.

    Need more info:

    What year?
    What Guide?
    How many rings?
    What size rings?

    yada yada yada......
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    xterrain :Modifying a helmet is like double wrapping condoms, more than likely it'll do more harm than good.

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    I have the experience putting on lots of guides but not this one. But looking at the pics it looks very strait forward. Since the Remedy does not have ISCG tabs you will need to use an adapter that fits between the BB cups and the frame. Trek uses a 68mm shell on all their bikes. So to put a guide you will have to take out one of the spacers that came on the BB... drive side. I would start by putting the adapter on the outside. From there follow the instructions provided.
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    do what wyrm said. an E type is what you'll need, check out E13 DRS and blackspire stinger.

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