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Thorn High Quality Alloy Chainguard for 104 PCD Rings up to 44T - Black

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This chainguard fits in place of an outer chainring on a double/triple, can be made to fit as well as three rings by using longer bolts and 4.6mm spacers if the crank has enough space between the arm and the outer ring. If in doubt ring for advice.
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Chain-Guard
By
24 Nov 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsHeavy
ProsSturdy, good looks.
Use this on my single chainring which won't take the plastic ones. Really a bash guard and is very sturdy and looks good in black. A bit heavy for my use at 120 gm and 3mm thick so may "add" lightening holes: but protects my leg from oil stains.
Substantial Chainguard
By
18 Jan 2011
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNeed to source spacers and longer bolts
ProsQuality
Great quality chainguard - can't easily find or fit a full-length chainguard on a triple so this chainguard is the best alternative. Some offer flimsy plastic affairs or there are overpriced versions for downhill MTBers. The SJS chainguard is a rigid disc (couple of mm thick) and fitted easily on the XT triple with the help of SJS's pack of spacers (I used 4 x 1.2mm for each bolt) and some longer chainring bolts (15mm). No risk now of a punctured calf in case of a fall and it helps keep the grease off clothing. Going to buy another for a second tourer...
Questions & Answers (1)
Compatibility with Deore XT M750 Triple Cranks
By
05 Jul 2018
Hi there,

I am just wondering if this would be compatible with the old XT M750 square taper triple cranks? If so, please could you let me know which additional parts I'd need?

Many thanks
Yes you could use this, it would need to replace your outer chainring, you should be able to use the existing chainring bolts.

Thanks