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Agreed. A 530 chain with 50-60 horses pulling on it can take off a LOT of meat!!
 

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Bah, as if that chain guard is really strong enough to stop a broken chain's travel!

That thing is only strong enough to stop the Droplets of chain lube, from spraying onto your knickers.
 

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of course it is the right chain guard for that bike.

He just custom made it, right?

That makes it the right chain guard.
 

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AZgl1500 wrote:
of course it is the right chain guard for that bike.

He just custom made it, right?

That makes it the right chain guard.
It just doesn't look like it fits very well. If he likes it, then it's all good with me.
 

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AZgl1500 wrote:
of course it is the right chain guard for that bike.

He just custom made it, right?

That makes it the right chain guard.
It can't be the "right" one as it is fitted on the left.:?



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alany wrote:
AZgl1500 wrote:
of course it is the right chain guard for that bike.

He just custom made it, right?

That makes it the right chain guard.
It can't be the "right" one as it is fitted on the left.:?



Alan Y
Then wouldn't the "right chain guard" actually be the "right brake stay guard?" Yes, when a brake stay lets loose, it's also a "Sphincter Shrinker!"

:?
 
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