BBG Bashguard Bashguard Review

4.80 out of 5
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November 2, 2015
Model/Year: 32T inner and outer

Pros: Price

Cons: None

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April 14, 2014
Model/Year: 32t drilled

Pros: light, simple, cheap, effective

Cons: probably not tough enough for hardcore DH

Recommendation: money well spent. best part is no more big rig gashes on the back of my calf.

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April 6, 2014
Model/Year: 104 32 tooth drilled red

Pros: Awesome service, two days from OR to PA, and after two HARD technical rides, awesome product. Stop overpaying for a product that is made in China and buy this product! 18 bucks with shipping remove your big ring and install this in 5 minutes, what are you waiting for?

Cons: Um... None

Recommendation: MTB, cross

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December 14, 2012
Model/Year: 104BCD 44T

Pros: Lightweight
Can fit over 3rd front sprocket and not replace, if needed

Cons: I'm sure I could bend this if I dropped the bike off a cliff
If you aren't replacing the largest gear on your crank, you will need to find and purchase longer crank bolts/nuts. Home Depot cannot help you on this, you'll need to visit a bike shop.

Recommendation: For the price, you can't go wrong. Insanely awesome customer service and a no-fuss product. Look in to the normal versions as they are guaranteed for life, the drilled versions are not.

While I'm not going to look for every rock and tree to hit, I'll feel better knowing the large sprocket on my Trance X2 is protected.

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July 23, 2010
Pros: Light, cheap, effective

Cons: None.

Recommendation: I replaced my big ring on my FSA cranks with a BBG guard. The price is ridiculously good, and it is truly perfect for an AM setup. Every crank I buy gets one of these put on them now.

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BBG Bashguard 4.80 out of 5 based on 5 ratings. 5 user reviews.