Originally Posted by MaxPower
That's a great Idea. I'm going to do it on my build.
the J bracket and rectangular piece with two holes is a the chain guard. Use the black allen head bolts and a nut spacer to attach it.
Correct about the chain guards!
One reason that your chain rings may not line up optimally with the rear gears is that it appears that you chose not to order the crank arms offered by Staton and therefore your own cranks may have a different thickness and width than the Statons which were used to develope the chainring proper positioning. It will be interesting to see how you make your own crank arms work in this setup.........................Don