MRP's AMg (all-mountain guide) Carbon combines the best features of their 1x and XCG guides to create a chainguide that is perfectly suited to the rigors of all-mountain riding - and now in carbon. The MRP AMg Carbon guide features integrated skid protection and uses MRP's G3 upper guide system. This chainguide is perfect for 5-6" travel bikes and the contact free upper guide means that the AMg runs completely drag free and is virtually silent.
MRP AMg Carbon Chain Retention System Features
Compatible with 1x Drivetrains.
Integrated skid protects chainrings and glides over rocks and obstacles.
Nylon upper guide features tracked and grooved backplate interface and pivoting faceplate that allows for stable and straight-forward installation.
Quietring wrap on the upper guide's tail mitigates chain-slap for quiet, muted chain retention performance in even the roughest terrain.
No specialty tools needed! All install and adjustment operations possible with just a single 4mm HEX wrench.
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