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Old 06-15-19, 08:57 PM
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Replacement Chainring Guard

Anyone know where I can get a replacement for my chainring guard? Anyone know what the part number or supplier is?
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Old 06-15-19, 11:12 PM
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good luck ... you get the plastic ones with the cranks.. not worth the cost to import them separately..
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its a cheap crank any how ... riveted together.. break open that wallet buy a whole new set..
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good luck ... you get the plastic ones with the cranks.. not worth the cost to import them separately..
?

its a cheap crank any how ... riveted together.. break open that wallet buy a whole new set..
Any suggestions?
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Old 06-16-19, 07:24 AM
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This is the right diameter for my 48T chainring, But the wrong bolt pattern, 5 bolts, I need 4. Look on E-bay, You will probably find one that works for you if this doesn't. Changing the chainrings with one with a cover, Which might require replacing the entire crankset, Which has to be compatible with the bottom bracket, Or you will need that too would not even be an option for me. I would miss to many re-run's of Star Trek.

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Old 06-16-19, 07:41 AM
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It would help if you gave some info about the crankset.
Brand?
Model?

If you donít know these things, then try looking up the specs of the bike model. Or at least tell us what it is.
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Tuck your pants in your socks and remove that abomination ;-)
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Try a Bicycle shop for Personalized Service, mechanical skills and knowledge..

you need tools to remove what you have, and different to put on the r eplacement....


ready ro spend over $200 on a $20 part.. to gain a 5 cent one..
it gets you into the "It costs more than the whole bike did " territory...

Or as said above, just put your trouser cuff in your sock or buy some trouser clips or straps ..


appears a crank forward Townie ,, So standard thread square taper BB..

construction of crank all 3 chainrings rivered on and so is the aluminum crank arm ..

the Automated manufacturing got the price way down low so its contribution
to the bottom line cost of the bicycle was minimized ..

Shimano has many factories making a range of components at various prices..

as I opened with , a local bike shop is a service business.. they're there to help..








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Old 06-16-19, 09:11 AM
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I tried to replace one of those on my girlfriends bike and was told they made a nu,her of those, there's no standard for them and they don't last too long.
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