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Clutch ISCG05 Adapter on a Giant Reign - 2013 Products from Interbike 2012, Part 1 - Mountain Biking Pictures - Vital MTB
Clutch MTB has created a clamp-on ISCG05 adapter that makes up for the lack of chainguide tabs on certain Giant trail bike models. It fits Giant Reign, Anthem, Anthem X, Trance and Reign. It does not fit Trance X due to the frame's carbon construction. They're checking fitting on Anthem 29er (which should work) and the cost is $39.
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9 comments
  • alexong

    9/24/2012 9:33 PM

    how's the clearance between the bolts on the granny and lower linkage when fitted on a 2x9/10?

  • Ian Collins

    9/24/2012 9:50 PM

    Hey alex!

    We just passed a dozen samples along to Giant for testing and we're quite stoked to announce that the part works with reign, anthem, anthem X, trance and trance X(non carbon) and both anthem and trance 29'r bikes....

    however, the answer your quesiton, the jury is still out on 2X9/10 setups, giant is playing with them right now, so stay tuned. I really hope it'll work, but it's pretty tight down there...our fingers are crossed....

  • alexong

    9/24/2012 10:32 PM

    thanks for the quick reply! *crossing fingers*

  • dunbarcycles

    9/21/2012 4:58 PM

    Will it fit the Intense Carbines ??

  • OCsponger587

    9/21/2012 6:33 PM

    did it say anything about fitting other bikes. by one and try its only 39 bucks

  • SuboptimusPrime

    9/21/2012 3:20 AM

    Wish someone could make one for some of the santa cruz bikes that need tabs (blur trc)

  • Big Bird

    9/20/2012 7:07 PM

    It better have some knurling around the inside, or it wont last past the first rock.

  • Ian Collins

    9/20/2012 10:18 PM

    Big Bird, thanks for the feedback. Due to the fact that knurling reduces clamping surface and chews up the area it clamps on we decided against it. In fact we get plenty of bite without it. We've already got 3-4 months of testing on this setup and it has never budged. I personally have smacked plenty of rocks on my setup, and even destroyed the lower roller of a chainguide, but the adapter has never moved. I actually even beat on the boomerang with a 5 lb. hammer while it was bolted to the adapter plate and it stayed put.

  • Big Bird

    9/21/2012 8:16 AM

    I stand corrected.