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    Quote Originally Posted by savo View Post
    I'll start with a few question on this frame I'm going to buy and slowly build:
    -What's the headtube inner diameter? is it 56mm?
    -Would it be possible to fit a stealth telescopic seatpost? could the cable exit at the bottom of the seat tube?
    -Does anyone use a RS Monarch Plus for AM riding? how does it feel?
    1. HT ID is 49.6 upper and lower
    2. Yes
    3. No idea, had a 66 evo and new one will have a Vengeance HLR

    Good luck you will love this bike!

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    Thanks!

    3. I'm thinking at a Monarch Plus as a rear shock for AM riding, it's 222mm I to I and 66mm stroke so numbers are ok, if someone has one on I'll be happy to hear how it feel.


    Quote Originally Posted by TheRage43 View Post
    1. HT ID is 49.6 upper and lower
    2. Yes
    3. No idea, had a 66 evo and new one will have a Vengeance HLR

    Good luck you will love this bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by savo View Post
    Thanks!

    3. I'm thinking at a Monarch Plus as a rear shock for AM riding, it's 222mm I to I and 66mm stroke so numbers are ok, if someone has one on I'll be happy to hear how it feel.
    Hey Mr. savo,

    Since March of 2011 I've been experiencing the magic of a Push tuned product!.....WOW That's when I installed a Pushed 2011 Rockshox Monarch Plus RC3 that I combined with a 2011 Fox 36 Talas 160 RLC FIT fork as replacements for the Specialized suspension on my 2007 Euduro SL. It was a major improvement from ride characteristics to the weight of the bike. Im completely stoked by the changes and highly recommend them to anyone with this frame.

    Since then I've had both the shock and fork re-serviced once. Both manufacturers will tell you the service is needed once per year but I believe you can push that out to once per two seasons depending on use, location, etc.

    Here is the bike:
    2011 Canfield Bros "THE ONE" info-michaels-bike-001.jpg
    2011 Canfield Bros "THE ONE" info-michaels-bike-003.jpg

    Good luck with your build and please let us know how it goes for you. I'm very interested in this frame!

    Take care,

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    Is n2 in the picture the right hanger for the 2011 One (135x12)?
    2011 Canfield Bros "THE ONE" info-hanger-canfield.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by savo View Post
    Is n2 in the picture the right hanger for the 2011 One (135x12)?
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    Yep, sure is.

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    Reluctantly had to post my ONE for sale in the classifieds.

    Canfield The ONE, Size Large - Buy and Sell and Review Mountain Bikes and Accessories

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    Is anyone going to sell his The One large or XL frame? I'm still looking for one...
    Last edited by savo; 10-17-2013 at 01:50 AM.

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    Got a new V10 for Christmas, so my like new medium One is for sale on Pinkbike:
    Canfield One Medium Like New Current Gen - Pinkbike
    Med. Nomad C for sale

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    Updated my ONE since it decided to snow like crazy here in Chicago-land!! New color decal kit.... Found out after putting them on they were a Prototype run... Wish I would have scanned them first...LOL


    The Official Mid-west Canfield Brothers #1 Fan and Demo fleet !!http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y79...ps00f08dc1.jpg

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    that is one sexy beast, rsullivan!
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    Thanks.... liking this version better than all the other colors I have done.... so simple, clean and tidy. The ONE frame is by far my most favorite bikes I have owned in the last 15 years. The only frame that is coming close is my Nimble9 (650b). Can't wait to get a go on the Balance this summer. As you can tell by the signature....I am bias toward Canfield!!! Just added a Yelli for my daughter to ride instead of her KHS full squish...
    The Official Mid-west Canfield Brothers #1 Fan and Demo fleet !!http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y79...ps00f08dc1.jpg

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    Hi, guys, I'm trying to find out the standover height of a small "The One". With all the builds here and different forks here, I thought I could get an overall average height. Thanks, Jesse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsalas2 View Post
    Hi, guys, I'm trying to find out the standover height of a small "The One". With all the builds here and different forks here, I thought I could get an overall average height. Thanks, Jesse.
    First page, first post. Geo of all 4 available sizes is posted there. I believe the number you are looking for is 28.35", and that should be pretty accurate for '11-'13 as they didn't change the geo very much.

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    Thanks for the info. Jesse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsullivan View Post
    Updated my ONE since it decided to snow like crazy here in Chicago-land!! New color decal kit.... Found out after putting them on they were a Prototype run... Wish I would have scanned them first...LOL
    Where did you get the decals? I need some new ones for mine..thx

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