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    Add American Classic to the list of vendors supporting the new XX1 hub shell:
    American Classic Adds XX1 11-Speed Freehub Body, Most 2013 Wheels Available Now - Bike Rumor

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    Any new news as to when these will arrive? I need to go for a bike ride!?

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    Bikeradar.com article yesterday reckons its available in the coming weeks so within a month? Priced at$1,449

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    Most online places have it listed for around $1250, and I've seen Nov. 4th popup a lot as an available date, but I've also seen early Dec. dates too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdubb12 View Post
    Any new news as to when these will arrive? I need to go for a bike ride!?
    CRC are saying 27 Nov.

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    Pro Bike Supply list 11/15 for the build kits, and JensonUSA has a few chainrings in stock now, but lists the cassette as 12/20.

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    Will this work for a roval control SL 142+ rear wheel? Would it use the DT swiss freehub adapter since the roval wheels have DT internals, or is this going to have to be a part from Specialized?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooclosetosee View Post
    Will this work for a roval control SL 142+ rear wheel? Would it use the DT swiss freehub adapter since the roval wheels have DT internals, or is this going to have to be a part from Specialized?
    Yep, will work with the Rovals, no problem.

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    I used the DT Swiss 240 xD body with my Rovals. just make sure you order the xD body with the 142 end cap as the endcaps off the regular freehub body does not fit onto the xD body.

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    The XX1 stuff rides really well. It's dead quiet. Almost... too quiet.

    But seriously, I cased a double, perfect 50/50, and no noise and the chain didn't drop. I rode downhill all summer so am used to dropping chains. After riding Moab, Park City, Fruita and Grand Junction with no issues, I can happily say that it lives up to the hype. It's amazingly smooth, the gear jumps aren't un-natural and 10-42 is a HUGE range. It's nice to have just one shifter.

    And the new XO trails brakes feel really good too... I little more grabby than my regular XO brakes.

    mk

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    My buddy who works at a major bike supply company is saying it is now looking like early Dec. That really sucks and almost makes me want to go XO 2x10...almost.

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    QBP is saying Nov 15? If that's true might have mine by the 20th!!!

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    per sram rep at Iceman cometh race gxp will be shipping first than bb30 2 weeks later

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    I heard it was the cassettes that were holding things up.

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    Just what componentry do you get for approximately $1,500?

    I'm thinking: (?)
    1. Rear wheel adaptor (+ you need to have your wheels re-dished $60-$80?)
    2. 10-42 rear cassette
    3. Crankset
    4. RD
    5. Chain

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyHank View Post
    Just what componentry do you get for approximately $1,500?

    I'm thinking: (?)
    1. Rear wheel adaptor (+ you need to have your wheels re-dished $60-$80?)
    2. 10-42 rear cassette
    3. Crankset
    4. RD
    5. Chain

    Thanks,

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    shifter...why do you have to re dish your wheel?

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    I'm not sure as far as re-dishing your wheel goes (I read it below). I apologize in advance if its wrong information. Looks like it's for 11 speed only (I guess). Someone more technical please answer the "What's included" and "Re-dish" questions.



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    So stupid question but.. the grip shift..

    You get only one shifter so what do you do about the other handle? I'm guessing you just slap a mismatched handle on the left?

    I'm all about matching parts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandonium View Post
    So stupid question but.. the grip shift..

    You get only one shifter so what do you do about the other handle? I'm guessing you just slap a mismatched handle on the left?

    I'm all about matching parts!
    Glue Gun ?

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    Get an XX grip shift for the left side and set it up to operate a dropper post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandonium View Post
    So stupid question but.. the grip shift..

    You get only one shifter so what do you do about the other handle? I'm guessing you just slap a mismatched handle on the left?

    I'm all about matching parts!
    Per SRAM, there will be a matching left grip for Grip Shift users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Lynch View Post
    Get an XX grip shift for the left side and set it up to operate a dropper post!
    Not afraid you'd drop yourself accidentally? ;-)
    Last edited by Brandonium; 11-07-2012 at 04:36 PM.

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    I took out the index on an xx left grip shift, tried it with my command post and it works great :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerJoe View Post
    I took out the index on an xx left grip shift, tried it with my command post and it works great :-)
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    Great idea. Any pics? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerJoe View Post
    I took out the index on an xx left grip shift, tried it with my command post and it works great :-)
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    Great idea. Any pics? :-)

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