Petras

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What was wrong with normal cranks and a normal bash guard? Never saw the point of the integrated stuff, you're just getting rid of 95% of your options.

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8 hours ago, LEON said:

What was wrong with normal cranks and a normal bash guard? Never saw the point of the integrated stuff, you're just getting rid of 95% of your options.

Looks good, light, cool as shit cos it's back street trials stuff integrated with mainstream mountain bike stuff? I'm all for it... if it works. 

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All bash guards are light lol. If that whole hollow machined out breaky bit was solid...it would still be light, and it wouldn't break. 

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On 2017-12-28 at 1:16 PM, LEON said:

What was wrong with normal cranks and a normal bash guard? Never saw the point of the integrated stuff, you're just getting rid of 95% of your options.

When i bought it at first I didnt expect such problems and after thinking about options I realised these cranks wont work with anything else actually :D. I dont want to buy new cranks just because of it but seems I have to. 

 

Also, I saw Ross on his bike is using spider for gxp cranks if I am right. So maybe I should try that.

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Nice man! How did you get the chain perfectly tight with no tensioner? I'm just about to change my rear hub to a hope pro 4 trials. Quite want to ditch my tensioner if possible.

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On 1/1/2018 at 9:21 PM, roozor said:

Nice man! How did you get the chain perfectly tight with no tensioner? I'm just about to change my rear hub to a hope pro 4 trials. Quite want to ditch my tensioner if possible.

It was not an old chain and I used half link, also added some plastic in dropouts because there was 1 or 2 mm free space. For now Im using trialtech tensioner because chain stretched a bit.

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On 10/20/2017 at 10:05 AM, Adam@TartyBikes said:

I have a feeling it was more to do with ramming it into stuff than the pedal kick :rolleyes:

Maybe some info about what Inspired have offered to help you out would be a good addition to this thread?

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a bash guard is a bash guard! it should take some knocks! i remember 10 years ago when they wer making these things bomb proof over in china via deng! we should all take a leave out if his book and make stuff strong enough to cope with what it should cope with! x

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