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Lizard Skins Chain Stay Protector

Ride your bike without the noise hindrance of chain slap. The Chainstay Protector is made to fit most aluminium bike frames and reduces the noise from chain slap while protecting the frame from nicks and scratches. Tightly stitched with heavy-duty thread for extra strength and durability. Lizard Skins chainstays have been the strongest and lightest chainstay protectors on the market since 1993.

Standard:

  • Measurements: 3" narrows to 2 11/16" x 9 11/16" (75mm/68mm x 245 mm)
  • Weight: 12g

Jumbo:

  • Measurements: 3 ½" x 10" (85mm x 255 mm)
  • Weight: 17g

Super Jumbo:

  • Measurements: 5" x 9 5/8" (115mm x 245mm)
  • Weight: 20g

Buy Lizard Skins Chain Stay Protectors from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Black, Blue, Red
  • Size: Standard, Jumbo, Super Jumbo, Swing Arm
 
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 90 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by On the small size.... Good quality product, Velcro holds well and the foam protects the chain stay . Only issue is it's on the small side, and barely fits around the chain stay. Go safe and order a larger size than you think you need, 23 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by nice nice, but should order smaller size. anyway fits perfectly ) 16 August 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by misure impossibili l'elasticità per il montaggio è minima. le misure sono poco comprensibili. la standard potrebbe andar bene su una bici da corsa (anche se, sarebbe discutibile l'utilizzo del prodotto....). ho preso anche la misura jumbo che si riesce appena e con grande fatica a montare su un carro mtb peraltro senza passaggio di cavi sullo stesso 16 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brilliant product This is a brilliant product to protect your chainstay and also reduce the noise of chain slap. I would advise getting a size larger than you think you will need as I got a large and it only just fit. 15 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent. Nice fit. The Lizard Skins Protector is very thin and tight fit. This has its advantages on a road bike. It is perfect In my CX bike. 09 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Protects chainstays Bought this to reduce chain slap and protect my frame, it works well. However, it is prone to trapping dirt. 30 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Зачет Полностью оправдывает свою цену и предназначение. Jumbo неплохо встала на найнер. 22 June 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by protector eficaz cumple perfectamente su función. Fácil de limpiar. 10 June 2014
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What size of chain stay protector do I need for a Surly Disc / LH Trucker, please?
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The size needed for the Surly Trucker frame is Medium (Jumbo).
I tried the Small, but it was a stretch (no pun...intended).
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standard would fir the roadbike fine.
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It is advised to measure the chainstay on your frame in relation to the following measurements;

Standard:
Measurements: 3" narrows to 2 11/16" x 9 11/16" (75mm/68mm x 245 mm)
Weight: 12g

Jumbo:
Measurements: 3 ½" x 10" (85mm x 255 mm)
Weight: 17g

Super Jumbo:
Measurements: 5" x 9 5/8" (115mm x 245mm)
Weight: 20g
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a standard size would ft the Norco fine.
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Does the Lizard Swing arm chain stay protector fit the swing arm on an Orange sub 5? The circumference at the thicker end of the swing arm is approx 155mm.
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The 'Swing Arm' protector is sized as follows:

Tapers from 183mm to 175mm (right to left), 227mm in length.

It will fit an Orange Sub5.
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yes id recommend getting an extra large sized one.
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For the best fit, it is recommended to measure your frames chainstay in relation to the product dimesions.

Standard:
Measurements: 3" narrows to 2 11/16" x 9 11/16" (75mm/68mm x 245 mm)

Jumbo:
Measurements: 3 ½" x 10" (85mm x 255 mm)

Super Jumbo:
Measurements: 5" x 9 5/8" (115mm x 245mm)
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The chain stay of my bike is three inches around and I wonder do I need the standard size Lizard skin protector which has a width of 3 inches or is this measurement including the velcro strip in which case what size protector do I need?
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I can tell you it stretches a little enough to get around a half inch and washes well
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Size For Womens Giant Escape 2?

Any advice on what size Lizardskin for a womens Giant Escape 2 Hybrid bike.
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Your best bet is simply to measure the length and diameter of your chainstay (a cloth tape measure will work well for diameter), compare it against the listed sizes and then purchase accordingly. Standard or Jumbo should be fine for most frames.
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The 'Standard' size should be plenty for a Trek 8.3 DS
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