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    Post pictures of your 1x9 and 1x10 set ups...

    My 2011 Trek Fuel Ex9.7 with The Widgit...
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    My bashwich

    BBG bashwich..............on my Diamondback Mission 2.
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    36t x 11-36,
    XX shifting, Profile 185mm cranks, Ripsaw chainring, MRP 1.x chainguide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stonebreaker View Post
    BBG bashwich..............on my Diamondback Mission 2.
    BBG rocks! Used his stuff for years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TunicaTrails View Post


    36t x 11-36,
    XX shifting, Profile 185mm cranks, Ripsaw chainring, MRP 1.x chainguide.
    That fork is pretty cool. I assume that you like it better than a standard fork?
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    The Lefty? Yes, it's a great fork. The Lefty MAX I ride on the new bike is very smooth. I have a Lefty SL on my hardtail and it's a little more harsh or efficient, depending upon how you feel. They tend to drop 3/4 of a pound compared to other top XC forks and they track very accurately due to the stiff solid axle.

    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyi View Post
    That fork is pretty cool. I assume that you like it better than a standard fork?

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    Ok

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    Mojo Hd

    This is my setup on my Mojo HD. Sram XO with HBC spiderless gear, and a modified MRP chain guide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thecloudpuncher View Post
    This is my setup on my Mojo HD. Sram XO with HBC spiderless gear, and a modified MRP chain guide.
    That is pretty!
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    i like that setup anthonyi i just bought a 2011 ex7 and I'm working on a 1x10 setup, did you use the stock chain and rear cassette?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drivengsxr1000 View Post
    i like that setup anthonyi i just bought a 2011 ex7 and I'm working on a 1x10 setup, did you use the stock chain and rear cassette?
    Thanks. Yep. All is stock. Just a Wigit and a few chain links removed.
    I highly recommend 1 x 10 if you don't use the far inside / outside gears.
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    my 1x9 setup


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    1x10

    Should post a better pic, but stumbled upon this thread and its late


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    My 2011 Kona Operator FR

    This is my baby, its got a G2 with an Sram X.9 with XO Grip Shift and Gravity Moto cranks 1x9 with a 40 tooth sprocket. A 36 sprocket in the pic, which I switched a couple days back. I plan to go to SixC Dh Raceface cranks or Atlas's when I can recover from the purchase of my bike....hell its still in the shop till I pay the remaining 2 bills I owe on it....damn unemployment....
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    Surly Karate Money - 1x9


    Niner EMD - 1x10

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRR gravity riders View Post
    This is my baby, its got a G2 with an Sram X.9 with XO Grip Shift and Gravity Moto cranks 1x9 with a 40 tooth sprocket. A 36 sprocket in the pic, which I switched a couple days back. I plan to go to SixC Dh Raceface cranks or Atlas's when I can recover from the purchase of my bike....hell its still in the shop till I pay the remaining 2 bills I owe on it....damn unemployment....
    Nice!
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    Since I have received quite a few messages about my widgit mods...
    Sorry, but the camera won't really show anything. The chainstay weld was only filed down behind the widgit about 1mm and it is hidden by the widget, and the widgit doesn't really show any filing.

    I can tell everyone that, where the side of the widgit and the chainstay rubbed, I had to file / flatten both down about 1mm each. The widgit is a bit wider at the outside edge due to a very small flair at the edge of the metal. I simply removed the flair on that side with a file while rotating the cranks. The change is almost impossible to notice.

    The weld bulge was simply flattened with cloth-backed sandpaper also while the widgit was on the bike, as I did not experience the rubbing until the crank bolt was fully tightened.
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    I bought the 28t widgit. Had I bought a larger diameter, I might not have needed to do any filing as the edge-flair of the widgit would not have been near the bulge of the weld. Possibly I would have still needed to flatten the weld bulge slightly.

    Also let me say that it is almost impossible to determine the available clearance prior to mounting the widgit. I spend quite a bit of time with an expensive set of vernier calipers and numerous emails to widgit, but I was still off by 8mm, and my measurements were not off at all
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    Heckler with 1x10.

    Have only ridden it once at Innerleithan with ZEE Shadow+ short cage and the standard 36t chain ring: dropped the chain a few times, but it was super quiet and I really like the simplicity of just dealing with one shifter. Also think it looks great and dropped 648g ditching the front shifter, mech and bash

    Got a Race Face Wide Narrow 34t chain ring now so hopefully be able to run without a chain guide




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    Here's mine:

    SRAM 990 cassette 11-34
    Cheapo SRAM 9-speed chain
    Raceface narrow-wide 30t and 32t bash

    And, a JumpStop still on there from previous setup. I'll gradually back it off and remove it if the chain stays well-behaved.

    Pretty quiet up front and no drops on its maiden voyage over extremely bumpy frozen snow.

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    My banshee spitfire v2 1x10 using 34t raceface narrow wide chainring,slx cranks, 11-36 xt cassette, zee fr shadow + rear mech and sram 1051 chain. Works brilliantly, looks minimal and saved me 680gms total wieght



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    Quote Originally Posted by theraggyone View Post
    My banshee spitfire v2 1x10 using 34t raceface narrow wide chainring,slx cranks, 11-36 xt cassette, zee fr shadow + rear mech and sram 1051 chain. Works brilliantly, looks minimal and saved me 680gms total wieght



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    Nice one theraggyone, very similar setup to my Heckler - great minds

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    i was running 1x9 with a chain device on my old DMR trailstar for more years than i care to mention and finaly went 2x10 full xt when i built up this ragley blue pig x, but found i never used the granny ring and the bashguard was just extra ballast coming along for the ride

    at first i ditched the front mech/shifter/granny ring and bashguard but found that any drops at all with the standard middle ring and the chain would be off.

    the original xt rear deraillieur i had on this bike ended up on my lightweight xc bike



    so this is how i ended up
    shimano zee wide range
    race face narrow wide 36t
    xt cassette 11/36
    xt chain

    i cut the chain slightly shorter than recomended by shimano but theres no rear travel and ive zero problems with it so far


    ive done my best to drop the chain but since ive been using that narrow/wide ring its never been off and theres no chain slap with the zee mech for

    me this is the holy grail of drivetrains..until something better comes along..or they drop the price of 1x11 to something sensible

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    Post pictures of your 1x9 and 1x10 set ups...

    SLX 2X with Raceface NW 32, Shimano 10 spd 11-36, ZEE in the rear


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    1x10 MRP direct mount guide with BBG bash.
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    -2 6mm bottle cage spacers, used to space out guide.
    -1 4mx25 bolt.
    -1 5mx30 bolt.
    Installed on a Gary Fisher Rumblefish. Seemed to be the only option to be able to run a bash guard with guide.
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