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    1x1 650b

    Anybody know if there are 1x1 650b pics, and if so, where are they? I looked and was unsuccessful. I see that CHT's list has the 1x1 listed and I'm thinking of building one, so I just wanted to see some pics...

    Thanks

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    do a search for posts by tamjam and you should find a few of his green one that he had set up briefly with a white fox fork up front. That was sharp looking!

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    Thanks...found it:

    650B guinea pig: Surly 1x1 conversion

    Next Question:

    Will the 650b fit in the stock 1x1 fork?, I am assuming it does because I've seen the 3.0 Nokians in that, but just wanted to make sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amillmtb
    Thanks...found it:

    650B guinea pig: Surly 1x1 conversion

    Next Question:

    Will the 650b fit in the stock 1x1 fork?, I am assuming it does because I've seen the 3.0 Nokians in that, but just wanted to make sure.

    Yes it will, with about an inch to spare... http://www.flickr.com/photos/9856980@N02/2039395025/

    Fwiw, this frame is for sale... NIB/MED/GREEN

    Cheers,

    KP
    “Those that say it can’t be done should get out of the way of those doing it.”

    Pacenti Cycle Design

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    And here is mine:

    Post Your 650B Set Up Here (Photos!)

    This one will be for sale in the near future. Paul contacted me last week and my Rock Lobster 650B will be in production soon! Yee-ha!


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    I'm gonna bring this post back up...

    I see that you guys arnt running bolt on hubs...

    How does a chain tensioner and a quick release work for you guys...Any slipping?

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    Surly makes the Tuggnut, which allows QR hubs to be used with the tensioner.

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