MRP 1x V3 Carbon Chain Guide

MRP 1x V3 Carbon Chain Guide
MRP 1x V3 Carbon Chain Guide
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1x V3 Carbon Chain Guide by MRP
When you steer your trail bike onto shadowy new stretches of singletrack far away from the crowds, you'll feel a lot better if you've got the MRP 1x V3 Carbon Chain Guide mounted onto your frame for a little extra reassurance. Once you put it on, dive into deep ruts and through white-knuckle rock gardens with extra protection between your chain and malevolently-intentioned trail furniture. MRP includes a grooved upper guide and backplate to simplify at-home installation and guarantee stiffness, and its new co-molded upper guide features a softer durometer interior to keep things quieter while you're out on the trail. More guard than guide, the V3 works best with clutched rear derailleurs or alongside more active chain retention systems.

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SKU: MRP000D
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