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Item # KEG0022

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Item # KEG0022

Keep the chain were it belongs.

While modern drivetrains have made respectable efforts to prevent dropped chains, it can -- and will -- still happen. And if it happens on a new carbon frame, you're going to have a bad time. For added insurance against a gouges and scratches, install the K-Edge PRO Braze-On Chain Catcher.

Not only is the K-Edge a frame safeguard, it also ensures you don't miss a big ring to inner ring shift when you need it the most -- right before a harrowing climb. Its lightweight aluminum construction simply attaches to frames with braze-on front derailleurs mounts with the included hardware.

Made from CNC-machined 6061 T6 aluminum in Boise, ID., it weighs 10g and is available in six colors -- Black, Blue, Gunmetal, Gold, Red, and White. It comes with 2 mounting bolts -- 20mm for Shimano or Campagnolo (except Campy EPS), and a 25mm for SRAM.

Tech Specs

Recommended Use:
frame protection, chain catching
Actual Weight:
Gold, One Size: 9g

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frame saver

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I have been using a K-Edge chain catcher for years. This has saved my frame from damage countless times by stopping the chain from jamming into the frame, after a bad shift.


It doesn't work

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I have this on my bike, and suffered multiple chain derailments with the chain wedged between the crank and my now scratched frame. This thing doesn't prevent jack. It might have prevented one or two incidences? I don't know, but I do know this catastrophe still occurred.