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Offline coater87

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Indian chain guards
« on: 01.06. 2018 23:52 »
 Are these any good at all?

 I ordered a "made in uk" one from Dragonfly a year ago. Still on back order.

 I really don't want to go without some kind of guard here, the unknown model I have is too narrow. It may actually have been from a bicycle  *conf*

 Lee
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Re: Indian chain guards
« Reply #1 on: 02.06. 2018 06:19 »
G'day Lee.
Even from India there's a big price difference between vendors. $160AU for chrome and just $80AU for bare. Have a good look at their pictures and ask for measurements.
I've found most Indian vendors are very courteous and willing to please. Their quality may leave something to be desired. Whichever you get will more than likely need "fitting" .
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Re: Indian chain guards
« Reply #2 on: 02.06. 2018 07:44 »
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