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||Chain Tensioners & Guides
If you are a rider that fearlessly takes the tough lines and can't afford to drop a chain, the Wolf Tooth GnarWolf™ chainguide is for you. Designed specifically around 1x wide/narrow chainrings like our patented Drop-Stop® chainrings, the GnarWolf will keep you chain glued to your chainring in the roughest and muddies of conditions. Refer to image on this page for installation and adjustment instructions.
The GnarWolf™ features:
•Infinite chainline adjustment between 48mm and 54mm via an elliptical expanding mandrel. There are no shims required!
•Infinite vertical adjustement between 28t and 36t round rings (28t-34t elliptical)
•Loosen one screw to flip the guide out of the way for easy chain removal without losing any of the guide's adjustments.
•All adjustments made with common 4 mm hex key.
•Designed for the rigors of Enduro, heavy trail, mud and even DH riding, the Wolf Tooth engineers made this guide extremely stiff and strong while keeping it light at 44g.
•Specific guide shaping is optimized for use with elliptical/oval and round chainrings.
•Patent pending design.
•Designed to fit on any bike with an ISCG 05 Mount
•Installation instructions shown in photos on this page.
•Optimized for use with both Elliptical and Round Chainrings.
•Round chainrings 28t-36t or elliptical chainrings 28t-34t
•For 1x use only
•Due to frame and bike geometery there will be some bikes and some chainring sizes that will not work with the GnarWolf. Here are the known exceptions:
•Santa Cruz Hightower with larger than a 30t Chainring
Our patented Drop-Stop® chainrings.
•Design and manufactured in Minneapolis, MN USA
•Material 7075-T6 with Stainless Steel Hardware
•Colors - black with optional bolt colors
•Designed to accommodate chainlines from approx. 48mm to 54mm.
•For round chainrings 28t-36t or elliptical chainrings 28-34t
•Weight - 44g
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