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    9 colors available and no highlighter yellow? Much disappoint son. Are 2 blacks really necessary? And I know some will be disappointed by the lack of ISCG05 tabs.

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    i would want a Chrome( i need to see it first) if it looks like the Black Chrome of Yelli i would rather prefer the Matte Black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott forty G. View Post
    i would want a Chrome( i need to see it first) if it looks like the Black Chrome of Yelli i would rather prefer the Matte Black.
    It will be FULL chrome!

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    Oh chrome is SO up your alley!

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    Good stuff! Curious to hear the reasoning behind the choice of 4130 Chromo, as opposed to Reynolds 853? Also wondering about the little details like "frame saver" pre-treatment, pre-raced/faced/chased, and free TShirt like the Yelli preorder ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    some will be disappointed by the lack of ISCG05 tabs.

    That's me. I'll be sticking with my Yelli Screamy until I can afford a Surface.

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    what has changed in the geo?

    68 head angle was before...

    seattube angle?
    toptube?

    and most important to me:
    what is the minimum insertion depth for the seat post??
    (XL frame)
    Last edited by der-gute; 02-08-2013 at 02:35 AM.

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    2013

    Can always get the new Canfield trike-fecta!Any 2013 Nimble 9 news?-canfield.jpg
    "too weird to live, too rare to die"

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    Quote Originally Posted by slapmackie View Post
    Can always get the new Canfield trike-fecta!Click image for larger version. 

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    HAHAHA, that is AWESOME!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post


    The Canfield Brothers 29er revolution continues with the ALL NEW Nimble 9. From the start of the redesign of the current Nimble 9, we wanted to give the bike a distinctive look different from what is currently available in chromo hardtails. We wanted to incorporate a hydro formed toptube and a 44mm head tube. New innovations include a removable front derailleur block that allows the frame to look super clean when setting it up as single speed. We also designed new sliding dropouts that are reminiscent of something seen on custom motorcycle. Lastly, we gave the new Nimble 9 the innovative Canfield Brothers 29er Geometry.

    We will be releasing the new Nimble 9 in nine colors, Canfield Glow in the Dark Sparkle Blue, Sparkle Orange, Sparkle Green, Matte Black, Gloss Black, Deep Red, Midnight, Forest Green and Limited Edition Chrome.

    The Nimble 9 is currently in production with an estimated ship date of May 2013.

    Features:

    4130 chromoly steel
    68 head angle with a 120mm fork
    Adjustable 16.25- 16.9 chainstays
    Lower toptube for increased stand over height
    Custom sliding 135mm x 10mm rear dropouts for geared or single speed options
    NEW hydroformed toptube
    Removable direct mount front derailleur block
    Improved chainstay heel clearance
    Two water bottle bosses
    6.5 lbs (estimated)
    $750 US retail, ($800 Limited Edition Chrome)

    Build Specs:

    Recommend fork lengths 100mm 120mm
    Headset 44mm upper and lower cups
    Front derailleur Shimano direct mount top pull, single bolt, or Sram HO series
    Bottom bracket 73mm
    Seat post 30.9mm
    Seat clamp 35mm
    Rear dropout spacing 135mm
    Post brake mount

    Please call 801-548-2556 or email us at sales@canfieldbrothers.com for more details and pre-orders.
    I can't wait to get mine which is on pre-order.

    I was told that the head tube will accept a standard 1 and 1/8 headset, but I see 44mm upper and lower cups, correct? Just wanted to make sure before I order parts for my build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by el cap View Post
    I can't wait to get mine which is on pre-order.

    I was told that the head tube will accept a standard 1 and 1/8 headset, but I see 44mm upper and lower cups, correct? Just wanted to make sure before I order parts for my build.
    CORRECT. The new Nimble has a 44mm HT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by el cap View Post
    I can't wait to get mine which is on pre-order.

    I was told that the head tube will accept a standard 1 and 1/8 headset, but I see 44mm upper and lower cups, correct? Just wanted to make sure before I order parts for my build.
    The 44mm head tube will not accept a 1 1/8" headset, as you asked, but it will accept a straight steerer tube of that size, and obviously a tapered steerer. You will need a headset specifically for 44mm (not 1 1/8), such as a Chris King Inset 7.

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    Thanks, guys!

    I think I may invest in the CK Inset 7 headset.

    Will this work, too?

    FSA Orbit ZS Integrated Headset

    Universal Cycles -- FSA Orbit ZS Integrated Headset

    I will be running a straight 1 and 1/8 steerer tube.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by el cap; 03-05-2013 at 09:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by el cap View Post
    Thanks, guys!

    I will invest in the CK Inset 7 headset.
    Personally, I like the King stuff, but there are others like Cane Creek that others have reported perform just as good for much much less. I was just using the Inset 7 as an example.

    For tapered fork:
    Universal Cycles -- Cane Creek 40 EC44/40 1.5" Lower Assembly
    Universal Cycles -- Cane Creek 40-Series ZS44 Upper Assembly

    For 1 1/8" straight steerer:
    Universal Cycles -- Cane Creek 40-Series ZS44 Headset - Black

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenaustin View Post
    Personally, I like the King stuff, but there are others like Cane Creek that others have reported perform just as good for much much less. I was just using the Inset 7 as an example.

    For 1 1/8" straight steerer:
    Universal Cycles -- Cane Creek 40-Series ZS44 Headset - Black
    Thanks!

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    Does anyone know if it would be better to go with a Chris King Inset 1 or Inset 7 when pairing with at 100mm travel fork with a 1-1/8 steer tube? I'm not sure how to know which will work best with the 2013 N9 geometry. Would welcome any advice anyone has. Thanks!

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