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Start by installing the correct size bash guard for your chainring size
  • Start by installing the correct size bash guard for your chainring size

    • The smallest guard fits 28-30t chain rings

    • The middle guard fits 32-34t chain rings

    • The biggest guard fits 36-38t chain rings

  • Tighten the fixing screws to 0.9N*m using a T25 Torx wrench

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Start by opening upper slider
  • Start by opening upper slider

    • Open the metal clip on the upper slider

    • Flip the clip open

    • Release the latch and rotate the upper slider open

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  • Loosen the lower slider bolt using a T25 Torx wrench

  • Pull the bolt out slightly and rotate the lower slider open

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  • Remove cranks from the bike

  • Install the guide onto your frame or ISCG adapter (if one is needed) using the supplied T25 screws

    • It is recommended to use the longest screws possible to provide the strongest connection to the frame - two lengths are provided

  • Lightly tighten the screws until the backplate is snug against the frame

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  • Slide the cranks back into the BB and re-install per manufacturer’s recommendations

  • Sight down the front of the guide to check if the guide is centered over the chain ring

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  • If needed, use the provided ISCG05 C-spacers or washers to move the guide out from the frame until it is centered over the guide

    • It may be necessary to remove the cranks to adjust the guide. However, in many cases it is possible to reach a T25 torx wrench through the chain ring to tighten and loosen the ISCG mounting screws.

    • If using the C-spacers, removing the middle screw will make adjustments easier, just remember to replace it once you are satisfied with the guide placement!

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  • When the guide is centered over the chain ring, rotate the guide such that the upper slider fixing bolt is in the 12 o’clock position

  • Tighten the ISCG mounting screws to 6N*m using a torque wrench

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  • It may be necessary to adjust the lower armature to provide additional clearance for the lower slider on some bikes

  • Remove the two lower armature screws and relocate the lower armature as necessary

  • Tighten the two lower armature screws to 6N*m with a T25 Torx wrench

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  • Install the chain onto the chain ring

  • Close the upper slider and clip the latch closed

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  • Thread the chain over the lower roller

  • Rotate the lower slider closed

  • Position the lower slider such that the arrow is in line with the bottom of the chain and tighten the screw to 0.9N*m

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Conclusion

Thanks for reading, now get out there and ride!

The Hive

Member since: 12/05/2012

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