Good chainguards Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Good chainguards Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total) Good chainguards warpcowMember Superstar is about the only sensibly priced one. You get what you pay for though and should be able to get a 2nd hand e.13 xcx or MRP 1x for a similar price. Posted 4 years ago bjhoppalongMember I just converted my all mountain bike to single cog on the front but now my chain is coming off whenever I go downhill fast, so recommend me a decent chain guard on a tight budget Posted 4 years ago mudsuxMember http://bbgbashguard.com/ They’re really well made, well priced and look pimp. Posted 4 years ago ddmonkeySubscriber Do you have ISCG 05 tabs? I have got a brand new MRP AMG I can sell you for a good price as I bought ISCG 05 when I needed ISCG…. der. But better than that get a rear mech with a clutch, they are the business. Posted 4 years ago carlosMember When I first went 1x I ran the front mech with the limit screws adjusted without issue for ages, a good shout if your on a budget Posted 4 years ago tor5Subscriber @ddmonkey – what colour is the AMG and how much do you want for it posted? Posted 4 years ago ddmonkeySubscriber White, 32 to 38 tooth £50 posted? Posted 4 years ago tor5Subscriber Ah, shame, I’m after black. Posted 4 years ago reggiegasketMember Straitline Silent Guide needs ISCG tabs though Posted 4 years ago NorthwindSubscriber If you’ve not already fitted a thick/thin chainring, then do that first, IME it’s far more effective than a chainguide. I’ll have an MRP 1X for sale, if I can find it, excellent wee guide but then the reason I’ll be selling it is that the Works chainring makes it unneccesary, so you shouldn’t buy it from me 😉 Posted 4 years ago Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total) The topic ‘Good chainguards’ is closed to new replies.