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  • Nukeproof Kevlar Chainstay Protector 2014
  • Nukeproof Kevlar Chainstay Protector 2014
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Large - 135 x 240mm
Medium - 120 x 240mm
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The Nukeproof logo chainstay protector has evolved. The new Nukeproof Embossed logo chainstay protector is constructed from a mix of TKL (Kevlar) and neoprene; to produce a product which will provide quiet and long lasting chain slap protection for your frame. It is attached via a Velcro closure running the length of the material and to ensure it stays securely in place it has anti-slip rubber on the back. Due to the nature of the new material it is slightly less elastic than traditional neoprene chainstay protectors so you will need to order the correct size to fit your frame.

Nukeproof - Large Kevlar Chainstay Protector Features:

  • Medium - 24cm long x 12cm wide - Designed to fit the Nukeproof Mega TR, Scalp and Pre 2013 Mega.
  • Large - 24cm long x 13.5cm wide - Designed to fit the Nukeproof Mega AM, Rook and Pulse.

Once in place you will be amazed by how long it lasts, stays in place and how quiet your bike rides!

  • Colour: Black
  • Size: Large - 135 x 240mm, Medium - 120 x 240mm
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very strong .. stops chain slap and damage Nukeproof have come up with yet another great chain stay protector ... this is thicker than the last version and now includes rubber on the inside to stop it sliding about .... awesome .. go buy one ... 28 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Well made and good protection Had it on my Mega AM for some months now and not had to touch it. Fit and forget, the way these things should be. 30 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 Good product Sturdy, abrasion-resistant, good-locking. Check well the sizing, because it's rigid. 17 October 2013
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