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Description

The MRP Mini-G Chain Guide is the only production guide available for the Ibis Mojo HD -- good thing it's a great chain guide. Of course, with the effort they made to build the Mojo HD, you should know that the Ibis folks would settle for nothing but the best.

With the Mini-G guide, no bash ring is needed. The boomerang, or backing plate, is made from 5mm CNC-machined aluminum alloy and provides the structure to which the rest of the necessary components attach. The clear polycarbonate skid plate bolts into it in three places so it's a strong system, and if you’re into breaking stuff, the skid plate is replaceable. The upper guide looks like a polycarbonate front derailleur -- that’s what they had in mind when they designed it, though it will actually prevent a chain derailment no matter the terrain. The lower guide uses a jockey wheel running on a sealed bearing to capture the chain and keep it on the bottom of the ring. Both guides are adjusted up and down with a single bolt mounted to the boomerang.

The MRP Mini-G Chain Guide works with 32-36 tooth front chainrings. This version of it is built specifically to fit the Ibis Mojo HD with a single chainring. It mounts on the bottom bracket cup and included hardware threads into the forward, lower dw-link pivot bolt to keep it from rotating when you bash a boulder on the trail. It's available in White or Black.

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