Hey James, it's Dustin. I'm pretty much done with my One build, and provided the xx1 has a similar amount of clearance between the end of the cassette and the stay, it should be good to go. The frame has an average amount of space between the 11t and the dropout. I had to fiddle with my chain line spacers a bit to be able to consistently get all 10 cogs with a short type 2. So spacing might be a bit more picky with the xx1. If you want I can post some pics of the cassette area for your viewing pleasure. Or I could bring it in so you can see it firsthand once Garrett finishes with the wheels.
tangaroo: What electrolytes do chicken and turkey have again? rck18: All of them, because they're meat.
Thanks...that is a good find...Of course he broke 2 chains right off the bat, but that could be for any number of reasons.
D - I don't know if I'll actually put XX1 cranks on the bike...any single ring setup will work with XX1 since I'll likely put a guide on for lift served use anyways. The XX1 rear derailleur clutch, extra chain growth travel, and having the room for fitting the chain to the 10T sprocket were my big concerns. SRAM clutched RD's are not always clunk free as you might have heard. When you get one with the clunk, it makes the suspension feel like poo. More chain growth increases that risk I'd think. Also, after having my Ibis HD without proper clearance for 10 speed 11T sprocket makes me always ask the question of space.