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  • New bike!! but what the hell is this bit for????
  • Tiger6791
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    davidtaylforth
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    the bin 😉

    teamslug
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    Its a double locking sprocket…it fits behind the humidensifier plate..

    timbur
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    Put it round a dogs head. It’ll stop him licking his balls.

    (coat on and leaving :O)

    Tiger6791
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    Doesn’t line up with crank or disc bolts

    scotroutes
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    It’ll be for fitting behind the cassette then?

    Tiger6791
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    timbur – Member
    Put it round a dogs head. It’ll stop him licking his balls.

    (coat on and leaving :O)

    Nope, too small, does make him look like awesome evil superhero dog though 😀

    davidtaylforth
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    😀 wonderful!

    roverpig
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    😀 We need a like button.

    woodster
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    Thos long things are for tying round your forks and seatstays so that you wheels make cool motorbike sounds and the disc is a deadly weapon for throwing at any attackers.

    Tiger6791
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    scotroutes – Member
    It’ll be for fitting behind the cassette then?

    Nope?

    scotroutes
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    That dog photo is ace!

    timbur
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    Smaller dog required!

    (great pic)

    otsdr
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    Didn’t knew they made x01-sized pie plates :/.

    pictonroad
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    what IS it for though? ❓

    Tiger6791
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    So nobody else know, at least that reassuring.

    It’s sort of 160 disc size and thickness

    woodnut
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    Can you send it to me as I have a Black Lab also?

    Tiger6791
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    davidtaylforth
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    It actually goes on your chainset to stop your trouser leg getting mucky. The holes are on a 110 and 130 PCD. Obviously gets included with every bike; not relevant to a MTB though.

    stevied
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    Is your cassette on the left hand side of the bike? ? 😯

    The dog is awesome 😆

    edit: nope, I’m a tw@ the bike is upside down… 😳

    scotroutes
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    I can only imagine it’s some sort of trouser-protector that you’d zip-tie onto the outside of your cranks so stop chain oil ruining your sisters jeans. That would certainly explain the cut-away portion. It would only work on certain makes of cranks though. Perhaps if the OP told us what bike it was?

    scotroutes
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    The bike is upside down

    Jase
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    Love the dog pic.

    Although I’m a bit concerned what people may suggest next as you are clearly happy give it a go and post pics of the result 🙂

    stevied
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    It’s a bag with some cable-ties and and a device to stop them being bent whilst in transit?

    TPTcruiser
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    Magneto dog!
    Do steel objects move when he puts on the mask?

    fathomer
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    No idea what it is but the dog pic made me laugh quite a lot!

    Tiger6791
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    davidtaylforth – Member
    It actually goes on your chainset to stop your trouser leg getting mucky. The holes are on a 110 and 130 PCD. Obviously gets included with every bike; not relevant to a MTB though.

    104mm & 75mm and no common centre 😯

    Tiger6791
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    TPTcruiser – Member
    Magneto dog!
    Do steel objects move when he puts on the mask?

    stevied
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    Is there an equivalent to child-line for dogs?

    benpinnick
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    In some markets a chain guard is a legal requirement on 1x (weirdly a front mech actually counts on 2/3x). I am guessing that maybe you have a German bike with a SRAM direct mount crank on it? I think you zip tie that to the chainring 🙂 The two holes presumably allowing for the different sizes of ring you might encounter.

    amedias
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    this has the makings of a great thread, I want more installments of MagnetoHund!

    stevied
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    I think you zip tie that to the chainring

    Around the chain too I presume to aid chain retention?

    bails
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    “Not this s**t again”

    jabbi
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    Specialized? Trouser guard cable ties to a standard 104mm spider or an XX1 76mm offset bolt hole spider. Bin it 😀

    Tiger6791
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    Yep, Spesh, in the bin it goes.

    benpinnick – Member
    I am guessing that maybe you have a German bike with a SRAM direct mount crank on it?

    ??

    jabbi
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    Best place for it!
    Cool dog btw!

    scc999
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    Those dog picks have brightened up my day – especially Magneto-Dog!

    Si

    teamslug
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    Can the dog fly when he is wearing it?. Can he leap from 12 floors up and land safely….go on you know want to!!.

    Tiger6791
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    He’s 13, bless him, flying may be a bit too much…

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