- Adjustability : Works with chain ring sizes from 30T to 36T.
- Durability : Grease port is fitted to protect the bearings (as seen on Deviate’s Highlander and Claymore frames).
- Reliability : Designed with long rides and racing in mind. Reduce maintenance with built-in grease ports, twin-lip wiper seals and pre-mounted bash guard.
- Efficiency : Jockey-wheel system improves guide efficiency by reducing the risk of the chain seizing.
- Noise-reduction : Soft rubber included to reduce noise.
- Drag-reduction : The grease ports not only provide longevity but also reduce drag on the ups.
- Protection : Comes complete with pre-mounted and adjustable bash guard
- Compatibility : ISCG 05 lower only chain guide. Works with a range of suspension platforms (not just high pivot) and oval chain rings.
- Part Replacement : No need to replace the entire guide, the bash guard and jockey wheel can be easily replaced.
Installation : Install without removing your cranks.
Installation is simple and quick, thanks to the adjustable design, relying on just two bolts to attach and no need to remove cranks.
- Using a 6 mm Allen key, remove the Chain Guide Bolt from the Chain Guide. Skip this step if you are able to unlink and re-link your chain or are yet to link a new chain.
- Remove the Jockey-wheel from the Chain Guide housing, place the Chain Guide over the chain, and then re-insert the Jockey-wheel into the Chain Guide housing. If you are able to unlink and re-link your chain or are yet to link a new chain, pass the chain through the Chain Guide, above the jockey-wheel, and (re)link your chain.
- Using a 6 mm Allen key, re-insert the Chain Guide Bolt into the Chain Guide now that the chain runs through the guide, ensuring the Jockey-wheel is aligned for the bolt to pass through. Whilst doing this, place the bash guard plate into the desired position and thread the Chain Guide. Bolt into the female thread of the T-nut.
- Set the Bash Guard by sliding it left or right until it is in the desired position and tighten the Chain Guide Bolt to 4nm of torque by threading it into the T-nut
- Align the Bash Guard with the Bash Guard mounting points on the bike and move the Bash Guard clockwise or anti-clockwise to find the optimum position. Using a 4 mm Allen key, thread the Chain Guide CSK Bolts into the female Bash Guard threads on the frame.
- Test and tweak the Bash Guard and Chain Guide positioning using the sliders on the Bash Guard until you find the optimum setting.
- Can I run an oval or elliptical chainring with my chain guide?
- Yes if inside the 30-36T chain ring
- Do I still need a chain guide if running a narrow-wide ring and clutch derailleur?
- We would still recommend running a chain guide/bash guard for maximum protection and chain tensioning.
- What is ISCG? Is there more than one ISCG standard?
- Please follow this link to the ISCG website