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Double Stepped Roller - No Bolt
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DMR Pulley Wheel

The dual pulley keeps the chain tension constant in both front gears, it also runs against the Sideplate keeping the chain firmly in contact.

Features:

  • Wheel for use with the “DUAL” DMR Chain Reactor
  • Weight: 58g

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  • Colour: Red
  • Option: Double Stepped Roller - No Bolt
 
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good product, shame i didn't use it Brought this thinking that it would fit straight on but alas it didn't, great product, human error (me) ordering this part 07 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Does the job Used this on an old chain device with an e13 bash ring, instead of spending about £100 or so on a proper bash ring and guide. Saved myself quite a bit of money. 08 April 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by I bought this to go on my Chain Reactor MkII to convert it to a dual chainring system. It bolted straight on and works perfectly. Highly recommended. 25 September 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by I bought the dual guide which came with this roller. Looks good being black (better than orange rollers). Works well when tight against the bashguard to make it roll. It wouldn't roll otherwise. One of the two bearings seized after only 2 months but it had been caked in mud and through a few fords. A new bearing cost 7 quid! Saw dmr at the bike show and replacement rollers made now are orange with better sealed bearings. My bike's now single speed and the dual guide tensions the chain as good as any rear tensioner such as the surly singulator or the dmr tension seeker (the surly is better than the dmr though). Very versitile. 13 June 2004
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