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    9 zero 7 Build "Help"

    I have been Mt. biking for a long time but this will be my first Fat Bike.
    I don't know a lot about all the parts so any help would be appreciated.
    This what Ive came up with so far.

    1 9ZERO7 Whiteout orange frame
    Hubset-9ZERO7 XX1 driver
    2 "Surly Clown Shoe Rim 26" 32h Black
    1 "Surly Lou 26 x 4.8" 120tpi Folding Tire
    1 "Surly Bud 26 x 4.8" 120tpi Folding Tire
    2 "Surly Fat Bike Tube 26 x 3.0-4.7 PV" @ $14.00 T
    1 "RaceFace Narrow-Wide Single Ring 30t x 104 Black"
    1 "RaceFace 100mm X-Type external BB cup set"
    1 "RaceFace Next SL Fatbike 175mm Black Crank Arms
    1 "SRAM XX1 11 Speed Chain 118 links
    1 "XG-1199 (XX1) 11sp X-Dome/Glide cassette, 10-42t
    1 "XX1 X-Actuation/Horizon 11sp rear derail, carbon/grey
    1 "XX1 Trigger X-Act rear shifter, 11sp - right
    1 "Hope Tech M4 Rear Disc Brake Caliper with Lever 160mm 74mm
    1 "Hope Tech M4 Front Disc Brake 183mm 74mm w/PM Adaptor
    Spokes 64ct. DTSwiss

    I'm building this bike just for the snow.

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    looks sweet!

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    Sounds like a killer build to me! Don't forget the handlebars, grips, pedals, stem, seatpost, cables, and saddle.
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    Personally I would scrap the carbon frame and try to do something lighter with the wheels or do both if the funds are sufficient.
    And I love beer!!

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    907 Frame on order

    Partpricedetailfromweight
    Frame799SizeLarge9Zero71680.1
    Fork460carbon 9079Zero7640.1
    Rear Derailleur135xtr M986ebay214.1
    Front Derailleur46.18M980 usedebay115
    Shifters154.96XTR M980 I-spec CycleClubSports 
    Headset1009Zero79Zero7 
    Bottom Bracketincl100mmRaceFace9Zero7 
    Crankset257.95RaceFace Turbine9Zero7835.1
    Sprocketsincl 24t-36t 9Zero7 
    Pedals CrankBroCandy3 250
    Brake Calipers373.46XTR M988 IceTech Bluesky280
      rear 303
    Rotors44.79IceTech 160mmCycleClubSports115.1
     48.86IceTech 180mmCycleClubSports134.1
    Brake LeversinclI-spec   
    Cassette188.47XTR M980 11/36Jensen255.1
    Chain KMCamazon250
    Stem32FSA Carbonebay140
    Handlebar30FSA Carbonebay175
    Seatpost29.24bontragerebay200
    Saddle34.75WTB Volt Proamazon250
    Grips31.96Ergon GS1amazon146
    Tires350Bud/Lou9Zero73154
    Tubes20lightweight9Zero7250.1
    Rim Strips10Surleyamazon210
    Cable/Housing25.12XTR SIS-SP41amazon50.1
    Wheelset690ClownS/ 190mmhub9Zero71300.1
      9ZERO7 135 hub 1200.1
    FrtDerAdapter50 9zero768
    Extras    
    SeatPostClamp11 ebay43
    chainstay guard1   
    Pogies24.95MooseNRAamazon440
    cable tube protectors8.5  6
         
       grams12704.1
       lbs28.00774625
    total cost3957.19  
    So this is my build. Anyway the prices are what I paid, the weights are estimated as advertised when they end with a .1, otherwise I have weighed them myself. I am going XTR at an extra cost of about $600 from the McGrath build. 9:ZERO:7 Is charging me $460 for the carbon fork, and the Carver is available for $299, or the 9:ZERO:7 aluminum s $200. I have ordered some "knockoff" carbon components from oriental suppliers on evilbay...we'll see...

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    Yeah I would grab a carver fork if it's going to save you money and wait on lighter tubeless ready rims carbon or stans.... Those surly tubes are ridiculously heavy go qtubes.
    Also are the 'RaceFace Narrow-Wide's' sweet without a chain guide?

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    Any help welcome

    Looking at doing a build with the 907 frame but does any one know if the alloy frame for the $799 include the fork and headset? Also if I ordered now how long before I receive would you estimate. Very new to this kind of bike so just working out the best way to dip my toe in without splashing to much cash.





































    Part price detail from weight
    Frame 799 SizeLarge 9Zero7 1680.1
    Fork 460 carbon 907 9Zero7 640.1
    Rear Derailleur 135 xtr M986 ebay 214.1
    Front Derailleur 46.18 M980 used ebay 115
    Shifters 154.96 XTR M980 I-spec CycleClubSports
    Headset 100 9Zero7 9Zero7
    Bottom Bracket incl 100mmRaceFace 9Zero7
    Crankset 257.95 RaceFace Turbine 9Zero7 835.1
    Sprockets incl 24t-36t 9Zero7
    Pedals CrankBroCandy3 250
    Brake Calipers 373.46 XTR M988 IceTech Bluesky 280
    rear 303
    Rotors 44.79 IceTech 160mm CycleClubSports 115.1
    48.86 IceTech 180mm CycleClubSports 134.1
    Brake Levers incl I-spec
    Cassette 188.47 XTR M980 11/36 Jensen 255.1
    Chain KMC amazon 250
    Stem 32 FSA Carbon ebay 140
    Handlebar 30 FSA Carbon ebay 175
    Seatpost 29.24 bontrager ebay 200
    Saddle 34.75 WTB Volt Pro amazon 250
    Grips 31.96 Ergon GS1 amazon 146
    Tires 350 Bud/Lou 9Zero7 3154
    Tubes 20 lightweight 9Zero7 250.1
    Rim Strips 10 Surley amazon 210
    Cable/Housing 25.12 XTR SIS-SP41 amazon 50.1
    Wheelset 690 ClownS/ 190mmhub 9Zero7 1300.1
    9ZERO7 135 hub 1200.1
    FrtDerAdapter 50 9zero7 68
    Extras
    SeatPostClamp 11 ebay 43
    chainstay guard 1
    Pogies 24.95 MooseNRA amazon 440
    cable tube protectors 8.5 6
    grams 12704.1
    lbs 28.00774625
    total cost 3957.19

    So this is my build.
    Anyway the prices are what I paid, the weights are estimated as advertised when they end with a .1, otherwise I have weighed them myself. I am going XTR at an extra cost of about $600 from the McGrath build. 9:ZERO:7 Is charging me $460 for the carbon fork, and the Carver is available for $299, or the 9:ZERO:7 aluminum s $200. I have ordered some "knockoff" carbon components from oriental suppliers on evilbay...we'll see...[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Personally I would scrap the carbon frame and try to do something lighter with the wheels or do both if the funds are sufficient.
    I was looking into some carbon wheels but I'm going to wait until Enve comes out with some that are tubeless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock dude View Post
    I was looking into some carbon wheels but I'm going to wait until Enve comes out with some that are tubeless.
    Almost 13lbs you have just in rims,tubes, and tires.
    And I love beer!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGI410 View Post
    Sounds like a killer build to me! Don't forget the handlebars, grips, pedals, stem, seatpost, cables, and saddle.
    I already have the bars, stem, seatpost and pedals.
    I going with Enve bars and stem, Lev seatpost (I use a dropper on all my bikes) and Crampon pedals. If the Lev gives me problems in the cold I'll break out one of my GravityDropper's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Almost 13lbs you have just in rims,tubes, and tires.
    I know and it really sucks but what other options do I have with those tires. I do plan on going tubeless when I get the bike.

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    Looking at doing a build with the 907 frame but does any one know if the alloy frame for the $799 include the fork and headset? Also if I ordered now how long before I receive would you estimate. Very new to this kind of bike so just working out the best way to dip my toe in without splashing to much cash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock dude View Post
    I know and it really sucks but what other options do I have with those tires. I do plan on going tubeless when I get the bike.
    Yeah it's a tough spot but tubeless will help. I did run Bonty 26x2.5 in almost that same setup if tubeless ends up failing for some reason and that would save some. I sold my setup like that to go Fatback Carbon rims if they ever come out and either the Fatback tires, Spesh, or the Vee Snowshoe depending on their weight. Should end up only being about 8.5 pounds rims tires and sealant of coarse it won't have the float and coolness factor.
    And I love beer!!

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    oh lawd i want one of those next sl cranksets

    really nice build spec!!

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    Answering a few questions

    A next SL crankset would have cost me an additional $400 on this build. You can get a Chris King headset for $159 or try Cane Creek. Must be a 44mm taper, not all that common.

    I have qtubes ready to go tubeless after the "breakin" period. I have read every tubeless thread on this forum and I haven't decided on 8898 tape, gorilla tape, roof flashing tape and shrink wrap, or a few other choices that are out there.

    9:zero7 is shipping now, they haven't shipped mine yet and I ordered on Oct 3, the day all the frames came in.

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