Front derailleur clamp/adapter and chaincatcher

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kervelo
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by kervelo

Another option: this one does not require removal of the FD attachment bolt, which is nice IMO.
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Causidicus
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by Causidicus

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shoemakerpom2010
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by shoemakerpom2010

kervelo wrote:Another option: this one does not require removal of the FD attachment bolt, which is nice IMO.
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I'd pay somebody to buy that and send it to me in the states. I've had my eye on that for over a year for my system six. :thumbup:

rowdysluggins
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by rowdysluggins

I went with the DogFang and replaced the standard bolt with an aluminum one to save a few extra grams. I like the idea of the clamp mount chain catchers, but the Addict has the carbon integrated FD mount that I don't want to put extra stress on (through a significant lever arm). The DogFang works fine when properly positioned.

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