-"Exactemundo" , -Dragon, -You nailed it..!
- A Tool, crafted for specific needs ! ....-Tool, -a fine Word.. "-This is My Tool, for fast moving !", -I can use that !
And You'r almost right about height, -I'm 6ft4 -no shoes.D
o It Your Self tip :
When using 1x10 setup, You don't have the front-mech to "hold" the chain, if it should come off the Chain-ring !
-If it falls inwards, the BB area will take some hits. -If outwards, -the crank, arm, pedals, will feel pain !
I already made this chain-keeper a month ago (only simple alu I-beam to "roof" the chain), but it's been updated to version 2.0
It's made from known spareparts. The "New" ring enclosing the chain, is made from the cut-off piece from My Noir handlebars.
Then hacksawed (very precise angled cut, to attach the alu beam), some carbon fibre wrapping, -and resins on top.. Total weight incl. 34.9clamp,bolt nut washers : 17.7gr.
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And I got these Continental Grandprix 26x 1.125" Claimed 250gr. Real weight 230gr. +/-3gr. !
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They are used by some of the professional bike-delivery-crews here in Copenhagen, and were recommended to Me, as a supergripping, fast experience... -Can't wait to test them !