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Shimano Claris FC-2450 Chain Guard & Fixing Bolts - Black - 50T - Y1P298150

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This chain guard can only be used with Shimano Claris FC-2450 8 speed double chainsets with a 50-34T set up.

If the correct chain guard is unavailable you can also use the chain guard from the following chainsets:

- Shimano FC-2350
- Shimano FC-R345

These are a "B" match which indicates that the parts are usable, but differ in materials, appearance, finish & size etc.

Genuine Shimano replacement part.
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
No complaints
By Neil Selman
01 Aug 2020
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Did the job , sturdy and well made , good delivery.
Sturdy, And Fits Well
By Chris Clay
18 Jul 2016
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Prossturdy, easy to fit
Perfect for my B'twin Triban 500SE, just screw into the holes in the crankset to prevent oily trousers!
Questions & Answers (3)
Do you have a chainweel guard with 5 bolts 8,5 cm apart for a 42 t chainweel ?
24 Apr 2020
Hi, we do not. 5 bolts 8.5 cm apart is a large bold circle diameter. The largest we have is 130 BCD which are 76.4 mm apart. Thanks 24/04/2020
Chain wheel guards/protectors
20 Aug 2019
Do you have, please, chain wheel guards as follows.
Chain wheel 48 teeth. Present guard 209 mm diameter. Four screw holes, 118 mm and 110 mm apart, alternately.
Hi there,

Unfortunately, it does not look as though we have a chainguard that corresponds to those sizes I'm afraid.

Fitting Guard To Chain Ring
08 Mar 2016
Looks like holes in chainring will need tapping to fit guard. Can you confirm this, if so can you give me details of thread size of fixing bolts. So I can get tap set organised before ordering. Thanks.

Although the bolts don't look like it, they should be self tapping bolts. You should be able to fit the chainguard without any previous tapping to the chainring.