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    Sette Razzo SC or On-One lurcher (frame only)

    anybody have experience on both?

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    Sette Razzo SC 29er Carbon Hardtail Frame - Gloss Black w/ Tungsten Silver at Price Point

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    On-One Lurcher Carbon Hardtail 29er Frame

    similar frames, kicker is that Sette is more expensive but has 5 year warranty versus the On-One's 2 year warranty. i'm 213 lbs so it could be important

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    I can only speak for Sette and their customer service. I purchased a Sette Razzo Carbon 29er one year ago. About 6 months ago I had a freakish incident where a rock was kicked up and wedged between my rotating rear wheel and the chain stay, compromising the frame. One call, one email, and 10 days later I had a new frame at my front door. I also owned the aluminum version of the Razzo and had no problems, other than the frame being one size too small.
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    thanks for the info. it is very tempting considering the warranty, also my MRP 1x won't work on the on-one because it's got a direct mount FD. also i like the sette better aesthetically.

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    The On One Lurcher is pretty new so getting a lot of feedback on it will be a challenge.
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    yeah i'm just gonna wait until i have a couple extra bucks and jump on the sette. though another thing i really like about the lurcher is that it has the swap out RD hangers. (if i ever wanted to go SS)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4runner View Post
    yeah i'm just gonna wait until i have a couple extra bucks and jump on the sette. though another thing i really like about the lurcher is that it has the swap out RD hangers. (if i ever wanted to go SS)
    That's one of the things that sold me on an On One Scandal last Dec. I also like being able to run a dropper post.
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    yeah that's cool too. i don't really have a need for the dropper in south florida lol.

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    Dude, the carbon is only going to be somewhat more comfortable than your Scott. Have you looked into Ti or Steel?
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    Actually I've started tossing around the idea of a fs frame like the SC super light or salsa spearfish but that of course just adds to the confusion lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4runner View Post
    Actually I've started tossing around the idea of a fs frame like the SC super light or salsa spearfish but that of course just adds to the confusion lol.
    That should clear up the confusion. Get the spearfish!

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    yet MORE expensive lol but i'm thinking it'd be a great choice, i'm just not too eager to add 2 lbs to my bike (then again the rear squish would probably help me make it up in lap times)

    i did manage to find a picture of a spearfish frame XL (my size) on a scale. 5.77 lbs. i'd imagine my XL scale weighs 4 lbs at least. no?

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