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XCX D-type guides will accommodate chainlines from 49- 53.5mm For more information on determining your chainline, please see Chainline explained
  • XCX D-type guides will accommodate chainlines from 49- 53.5mm

  • For more information on determining your chainline, please see Chainline explained

  • For this retention device we adjust chainline using spacers between the chainguide backplate and the frame

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Start by loosening the upper slider bolt and opening the upper slider
  • Start by loosening the upper slider bolt and opening the upper slider

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Install the guide on the frame with the thinner of the two black T spacers and the shorter of the two gold bolts This will put the chainguide at a 49mm chainline
  • Install the guide on the frame with the thinner of the two black T spacers and the shorter of the two gold bolts

  • This will put the chainguide at a 49mm chainline

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Close the upper slider and sight down the front of the guide and chainring Add the silver spacers under the guide until the split in the chainguide is centered over the chainring Use the chart to determine the correct spacer, T spacer and bolt length for your application
  • Close the upper slider and sight down the front of the guide and chainring

  • Add the silver spacers under the guide until the split in the chainguide is centered over the chainring

  • Use the chart to determine the correct spacer, T spacer and bolt length for your application

    • Most bikes will use the thin black T spacer and one or two of the silver spacers

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Torque the fixing bolt to 6nm
  • Torque the fixing bolt to 6nm

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Adjust the upper slider for your chainring size by sliding on the back plate
  • Adjust the upper slider for your chainring size by sliding on the back plate

    • There should be ~3mm between the top of the chainring teeth and the slider

  • Torque the upper slider bolt to 0.5nm or just a bit past snug

    • Do not over-tighten the slider bolt

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Conclusion

Thanks for reading, now get out there and ride!

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