e13 DRS

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 DRS is probably one of the best dual ring retention system, after a year and half and many, many miles still works great as the first day that i bought it. Its quiet and shifts beautifully between the two front rings. Very easy to set up and to get parts for it, price dropped big time over the year.. My set up E.13 DRS with Race Face Northshore crank and 36T - 24T / 36 bash / Race Face FR BB 113mm / SRAM 991 hollow pin chain and XT cassette.. I`am very happy with this product..
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 Great chainguide, Came stock on my Giant Reign. No chain problems with it on the bike.. The roller for the 36t ring wore very fast at first but that was my fault for over tightening it (I have a habit of that)... Superb chainguide if set up properly... New rollers are somewhat cheap ($16.00 USD)...
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 best dual ring guid eout there worked great for me, never dropped a chain liek before I had the guide. Quiet and off course it comes with the supercharger which in itsself is an assett
Hockeynut recomends it
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 Installation is straight forward, easy, and quick. The roller is pretty quiet. Getting the chain line correct took some time but no more than any other chain guide/tension system.
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 This thing rocks. Works flawlessly and lets you shift to granny with ease for those climbs. Install was easy on my Iron Horse. Also comes with a new bash guard for those that dont have one yet.
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 Does it's job perfectly. Very quiet and doesn't clog with mud nearly as much as I thought it would. Haven't had any cons as of yet
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 this guide rolls smoothly and quietly, and keeps the chain engaged in rough chatter and on jumps. installing the guide is also very simple and easy.
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 If you don't have one yet - then you NEED to go get one! Mine takes a royal shit kickin' and stands back up every time!!
These things are dope!!!!
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 Very nice product! strong and doesn't mark up to easily, and gets the job down no questions asked. I dont know much else to say.
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 Been running this guide for, 3 years now, 3 different bikes, 0 problems, 0 parts replaced, and all from ONE guide.

Best dual ring guide out there IMO
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 they are indesturctable~~~~~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!acebear13 recommends!
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 Been running this guide for 5 years now. 2 seasons on a hardtail and now on my Heckler. Never once dropped a chain.

Highly recommend it!
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 just brilliant, easy to set up, adjustable and look wicked once installed. picked up one of these for 65 pounds GBP and have never looked back!
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 I have always used E13 bashguards and chain guides because I know I'm getting a quality product that will be hard to break and tough enough to withstand the abuse.
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 so far so good..its quite compared to some..i use it a single now and still have not had chain slip off..would buy again
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Avg: 5 (15 votes)
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e13 DRS (MSRP $149.99) — The DRS Chain Retention System has been the leading dual ring compatible system since its introduction in 2001. Its simple to adjust and maintain flip-flop roller design gives unparalleled performance and reliability on the trail. This system is perfectly matched with the new breed of long travel trail and bike park complete bikes Primary Uses: Dual ring long travel trail bikes, Dual ring bike park bikes FEATURES Adjustable Abrasion modified slider Silent running Flip Flop roller technology Legendary Supercharger bashguard 'E-type' Derailleur upgrade option SPECIFICATIONS Available bolt patterns: 4 x 104 Available Bashring Sizes: 32T and 36T

Specifications Compare to other ChainGuides

Price $150
Color Options black/clear
Mounting Standard ISCG
Mounting Standard - Chain guide mounting standards determine its compatibility with your frame. Older frames will use a simpler version known as ISCG. Most new age frames will use ISCG05, however there is adapters made for cross compatibility.
Single/Dual Ring dual
FD Compatible yes

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