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    Quote Originally Posted by lancelot View Post
    Still waiting on a E13 guide:
    Is that 1x? What ring, crankset, BB ? I really am having a hard time deciding on a crankset etc....I really want to convert my 2011 907 to 1x10 but I am a little concerned about going too big on the front ring...one of the places I race at is up/down/up/down tons of short power climbs

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    Awesome^^^

    Quote Originally Posted by lancelot View Post
    Here ya go. Just mounted the BFL's. Still waiting on a E13 guide and Clown Shoes. As built right now 29.8lbs.
    Very cool, great job, and all at a very nice weight!!!
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    Lancelot,

    That thing looks badass! I like the Fatback fork. Do you have it set up as a 1x10?

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    just for those who are curious, a large with 3 sets of bottle cage bolts, der hanger, and included seat post clamp weighs in at 1,986 grams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FarNorth View Post
    Lancelot,

    That thing looks badass! I like the Fatback fork. Do you have it set up as a 1x10?
    Thanks. I have it setup as a 1x10 for now. Not sure how it will be with the BFL's but I should have some time to ride tomorrow to test out the bigger tires. I used a 3x10 on my Fatback last season but mostly stayed in the middle ring so I thought I would keep this one simple. Really stoked on the frame though. Crazy stand over height.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kapow! View Post
    just for those who are curious, a large with 3 sets of bottle cage bolts, der hanger, and included seat post clamp weighs in at 1,986 grams.
    4.37 pound is very respectable!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lancelot View Post
    Thanks. I have it setup as a 1x10 for now.
    What crankset, BB and what size ring?

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    I'm running E13 180mm cranks with 100mm BB and 32t Race Face ring.
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    Anyone have a BFL mounted on a 100m rim in the rear yet? Just curious if there is enough clearance in the chain and seat stays. I saw the Facebook pic but my clearance looks almost the same on a 70mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lancelot View Post
    I'm running E13 180mm cranks with 100mm BB and 32t Race Face ring.
    Where did you get 180mm cranks? I asked my bike shop before ordering and they said the 100mm bb cranks only come in 175mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by appleSSeed View Post
    Where did you get 180mm cranks? I asked my bike shop before ordering and they said the 100mm bb cranks only come in 175mm.
    I know you can order from e.13 online now, and they sell 170-180 online...I think your bike shop might have been misinformed? Also, can be bought straight from fatbackbike.
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    I bought the Fatback stamped version directly from Fatback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lancelot View Post
    Anyone have a BFL mounted on a 100m rim in the rear yet? Just curious if there is enough clearance in the chain and seat stays. I saw the Facebook pic but my clearance looks almost the same on a 70mm.
    I have an 80mm flattop rim mounted to a BFL in the back, plenty of room. Actually, I think there is more room than the regular larry, same rim, and the 2011 frame.
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    Cannot wait to build it… but I need to at least wait until my wife gets her size small red 9:zero:7 frame from Santy Claws, and then I can first build hers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post


    Cannot wait to build it… but I need to at least wait until my wife gets her size small red 9:zero:7 frame from Santy Claws, and then I can first build hers.
    You need to "practice" the buildup on yours first, that way you get it perfect on her bike. "Honestly honey, I did it for you."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post


    Cannot wait to build it… but I need to at least wait until my wife gets her size small red 9:zero:7 frame from Santy Claws, and then I can first build hers.
    I'm in the process of ordering that color in XL, the color looks great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sryanak View Post
    You need to "practice" the buildup on yours first, that way you get it perfect on her bike. "Honestly honey, I did it for you."
    Nah, I’m just swapping components (minus the seatpost) from my Pugsley to my 9:zero:7, whereas hers has a complete Susitna build kit ready to throw on there. Additionally, she doesn’t even know I bought her one, so the element of surprise is on tap here. For sure these are exciting times!
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    Black XL






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    Looks great! How do you like the aluminum fork?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPT View Post
    Black XL

    That looks great....you are making me miss the snow!...
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    Looks great!!! What is your ht and inseam???? Thnx

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    Bout your height and inseam???

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    Thanks guys - I'm digging the style of the new frames too! As for the fork, I like it. I haven't had time to ride that much yet though - hopefully tomorrow. I think some of the other forks look cooler (like the White Bros) but there is only so much funds to go around.

    I'm a shade under 6'3 with a pant inseam of 34 (though 35 would be perfect if I could find it). My crotch measure was like 35.& 7/8's. I find my knee is a tad forward over the pedal spindle and I have been sitting back on the seat a tad. Like I said i only got one ride in though. I am far from having this thing dialed in for me.

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    Looking good wrcRS! Digging that green!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IPT View Post
    Thanks guys - I'm digging the style of the new frames too! As for the fork, I like it. I haven't had time to ride that much yet though - hopefully tomorrow. I think some of the other forks look cooler (like the White Bros) but there is only so much funds to go around.

    I'm a shade under 6'3 with a pant inseam of 34 (though 35 would be perfect if I could find it). My crotch measure was like 35.& 7/8's. I find my knee is a tad forward over the pedal spindle and I have been sitting back on the seat a tad. Like I said i only got one ride in though. I am far from having this thing dialed in for me.
    Give a setback Thomson post a try. I'm a little taller than you with a slightly longer inseam and I got my XL to fit really nice with that post. Great bike by the way!
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