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    Fire sale on RSD frame and fork set. Similar to Whiteout pricing. Might be able to get a carbon fork for around $210? I wonder what RSD is coming out with next ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by volksbike View Post
    This it what StevetheBikeGuy also told me!! 4.0s no go where as 4.8s are fine. Weird! All in the name of saving 1 pound per wheel!


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    Hey! Steve is a good friend of mine! Tell em i said hi and let's go biking! You near his shop?

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    No long term reports here yet but others are not complaining about BHS. They look pretty basic to me, not as fancy as the DT's. But news about bad hubs (and BAD rims) travels fast!

    Sweet Clown Shoes- Hhhmmm you have the rims and I have the hubs...


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    Yeah really! You need rims? I thought you were going hed's?
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    My 26 pound rigid singlespeed is my “go-to” bike for most rides I partake in (it is my designated Cat1 SS race bike too, LOL!!!). I love this bike!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkerik View Post
    Hey! Steve is a good friend of mine! Tell em i said hi and let's go biking! You near his shop?



    Yeah really! You need rims? I thought you were going hed's?
    I just dropped my BHS hubs off with Steve on Tuesday and he is building my wheels with HED BADs. I grew up in the town his shop is in and did his winter fat bike ride in January with about 60 other people!! I'm about 30 minutes away to the west. Great guy and he used to have a mobile service which is how he started his shop. He is also very fast on the cross bike and supports a lot of local events.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    My 26 pound rigid singlespeed is my “go-to” bike for most rides I partake in (it is my designated Cat1 SS race bike too, LOL!!!). I love this bike!!!
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    Very Nice. What kind of fork are you running?


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    Quote Originally Posted by volksbike View Post
    Very Nice. What kind of fork are you running?


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    Thanks! It’s a stock 9:zero:7 135mm hub spaced carbon fork from late 2014. If I remember correctly the fork weighs just over a pound, pretty damn light for fat! Must be made from angel farts and feathers!
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    Wind...

    Got up to Scotland for a ride on Friday with friends... it was a little windy, but at least the rain (that was torrential in the AM) stayed away!

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    Great photoZ guys!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    Attachment 1148810Attachment 1148811Attachment 1148812

    Here's pics of my new Vee Bulldozer. I like this tire so far.
    So I'm starting to think about the 29+ thing. Looks like those 3.25's fit just fine. Is that the largest 29+ available right now? What is the O.D. Of that?

    One thing i don't like about non-fat when i go ride my 26 full squish is the chatter and skinny tires popping side to side often searching for traction. Do the mid fat (plus tires) do that? My 4.0's don't really do that at all except in very challenging circumstances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkerik View Post
    So I'm starting to think about the 29+ thing. Looks like those 3.25's fit just fine. Is that the largest 29+ available right now? What is the O.D. Of that?

    One thing i don't like about non-fat when i go ride my 26 full squish is the chatter and skinny tires popping side to side often searching for traction. Do the mid fat (plus tires) do that? My 4.0's don't really do that at all except in very challenging circumstances.
    My b+ bikes don't tend to wander like conventional bikes do. At moderate pressures they are awesome. Two b+'s now, a full squish and Sarge. The ride of + is very similar to fat in that the tires are very sensitive to minor changes in psi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkerik View Post
    So I'm starting to think about the 29+ thing. Looks like those 3.25's fit just fine. Is that the largest 29+ available right now? What is the O.D. Of that?

    One thing i don't like about non-fat when i go ride my 26 full squish is the chatter and skinny tires popping side to side often searching for traction. Do the mid fat (plus tires) do that? My 4.0's don't really do that at all except in very challenging circumstances.
    The 29+ wheels go where I point em very much like fat, only faster. I love em.
    After a few rides, I moved that Bulldozer to the front and put a Chupacabra back on the rear. Works great like that.
    I'll measure the diameter when I get home. It's a little taller than a Chupacabra.
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    9:zero:7 Love

    HED's mounted on BHS 6 bolt hubs - very light pre-tire and apparently no tape required. JJ 4.8's with a patched lite skin for front and snake skin on rear. Quick--> where is the tyre label guy from Scotland to tell me how to line them up B-4 I mount them? Mr. Wiggles looks confused

    P.S. I predict the flying Scotsman will say the rims are mounted bass Ackwards and need to be restrung!!! Not going to happen




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    Very Very Nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    Very Very Nice!
    Thanks. It was your idea for the BHS hubs!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by volksbike View Post
    Thanks. It was your idea for the BHS hubs!!


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    They spin nice loud freehub and all. No complaints and I will try to weigh the built wheels but they do feel very light. Might have to use a SRAM GX 30T NW crank that I already own in the interim but I still think the XL frame with tubeless JJs will be sub 30 lbs!!!


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    It's gonna rock. I love the color.
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    Sweet! Going to be a nice ride!

    JJ's are 4.8, right?

    Hey, is 907 going to ever consider a full squish again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkerik View Post
    Sweet! Going to be a nice ride!

    JJ's are 4.8, right??

    Yeppers.



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    Drill my frame!

    I'm considering a dropper post for my Whiteout but it is not drilled for internal routing. I'm not very familiar w droppers. I'm considering the Thomson Elite or the Bikeyoke Revive. Prefer the new design of the Revive.

    I am good with tools and my hands but am concerned about stresses that may result from a hole and possible cracks. Anyone drill there Whiteout frame?

    If so, where to drill and why?
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    They drilled it when they installed the bottle cage mounts. I'm sure another hole isn't going to make or break the frame.
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    Well that's how i look at it but those holes are reinforced by the nutsert welded in, right?

    Prob be fine
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    Quote Originally Posted by volksbike View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Seriously the one way 9:zero:7 could’ve made the purple aluminum frame better would have to be the addition of metal flake into the paint.
    Purple people eater rocks!


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    Awesome! Love mine too!

    Those hubs are holding up well, then?
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    I rode mine last night twelve miles full fat. Haven't done that since last winter. I usually run 29+ rear, fat front.
    Anyway, I had a blast.
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    Man, am I grateful that the Mayor is full O fat, full time!
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    May be purchasing a used 2015 Whiteout. Looking for opinions, what's the largest or best tire combo for this rig?

    Any links to deals on the tires you're suggesting?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Im running a snowshoe 2Xl in the front and a D5 in the back of my 15 Whiteout all year round. Took my bike to my LBS 2 weeks ago wanting t'go tubeless. Little did i know the stock 9zero7 rims that come with the frame arent tubeless ready. Anyway...the combo's heavy but its like riding a bulldozer lol. Totally worth it....

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    I've run my Whiteout with Bud and Lou on Clownshoes and 4.8 Knard on Clownshoes. All fits mint.
    Currently, it has Bud front and Knard rear on My Other Brother Darryls. Fits fine.
    I've never tried a Snowshoe 2XL.
    I also run 29x3 Chupacabras and Vee Bulldozers on 45mm rims. All fit fine as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CycleBeast View Post
    Im running a snowshoe 2Xl in the front and a D5 in the back of my 15 Whiteout all year round. Took my bike to my LBS 2 weeks ago wanting t'go tubeless. Little did i know the stock 9zero7 rims that come with the frame arent tubeless ready. Anyway...the combo's heavy but its like riding a bulldozer lol. Totally worth it....
    If you're looking for a nice set of tubeless ready wheels for cheap hit me up. I have a set of SunRingle Mulefut 80 rims laced to a Salsa 150x15 front hub and Bontrager (Formula) 197x12 hub. They are true, straight, round, and taped for tubeless. I am looking for $350.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    I've run my Whiteout with Bud and Lou on Clownshoes and 4.8 Knard on Clownshoes. All fits mint.
    Currently, it has Bud front and Knard rear on My Other Brother Darryls. Fits fine.
    I've never tried a Snowshoe 2XL.
    I also run 29x3 Chupacabras and Vee Bulldozers on 45mm rims. All fit fine as well.
    Total noob to the FB scene... are the tires I run dependent on my rim width?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jugdish View Post
    Total noob to the FB scene... are the tires I run dependent on my rim width?
    Wider rims make the tire casing wider, the tread will have a flatter profile, the sidewall will be shorter, and it can be run at lower pressures without squirm.

    The wider casing can cause rub on the chain/frame than a narrower rim hence what NYrr said about it fitting properly

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChargeCookerMaxi View Post
    Wider rims make the tire casing wider, the tread will have a flatter profile, the sidewall will be shorter, and it can be run at lower pressures without squirm.

    The wider casing can cause rub on the chain/frame than a narrower rim hence what NYrr said about it fitting properly
    Ah, yes... somewhere in the recesses of my mind that sounds familiar. Thank you.

    So, assuming this comes with the original rims what are my options? I thought I read somewhere in this thread that the bud/lou combo with the original rims didn't work, is that correct?

    Again, thanks for the info I appreciate it! It feels like it's been a while since I've had so many questions about a bike, so thank you all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jugdish View Post
    Ah, yes... somewhere in the recesses of my mind that sounds familiar. Thank you.

    So, assuming this comes with the original rims what are my options? I thought I read somewhere in this thread that the bud/lou combo with the original rims didn't work, is that correct?

    Again, thanks for the info I appreciate it! It feels like it's been a while since I've had so many questions about a bike, so thank you all.
    The 2015 Whiteout will absolutely work with Bud and Lou on 65, 80 or 100mm rims.

    It will also fit 27.5+ and 29+.

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    Yep Bud and Lou works on Clownshoes and Darryls
    Never an issue
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    Well, picked up a gently used, green 2015 WO. Can't wait to ride it...

    Thanks for the help, I'll be back.
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    Here is a little conundrum for a Monday night... what spacing hub does my whiteout carbon forks run (the 1st gen black and orange model) Front or Rear disc spacing?? My googlefu isn't turning up much since they removed the classic geo charts. My gut tells me it might be a FDS as this was about the time that it became the norm, my first Alu frame had RDS forks and that makes me wonder.

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    9:zero:7 Love

    Orange Creamsicle 9:ZERO:7 XL Build - Stage 1 completed...current config is just under 29.5 lbs...reused several parts from the parts bin such as Hayes Hydros and everything is Aluminum except for new basic carbon bars...also Surly Mr Wirly 180mm crank is not very lightbut it allows for a 22-46 ultra low granny gear which will be interesting!! Not a lot of clearance on the rear JJ 4.8 Snakeskin in the lowest granny gear...but it's all good!!






















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    That is beautiful.
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    Surly makes a 28t nw stainless ring for the 58bcd on those cranks and a bash for the outer. Very solid set-up on that bike.

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    ^^ Looks yummy!
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    How about a shot next to the purple one?
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    Any news on the Lynx that they were teasing/racing locally this spring? Specs, difference between it and the Carbon Whiteout? EDIT: pics are up on 907bikes.com now, looks to be a "shorter chainstay, slacker head tube angle" carbon frame, bent seat tube to tuck the rear wheel under the rider.

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    Internally routed dropper post on Whiteout!

    So I want to try a dropper and i don't have any problem w external routing. In fact i think internal routing is kind of overcomplicating a simple thing that works, i.e. cable guides.

    The thing is the one i want and have is the Bike Yoke Revive which is only offered in internal routing. So if i'm going in then i thought might as well go all the way! Why pop out near the BB if i have to ziptie the rest of the way. So I routed down the seat tube, through the BB shell, up the down tube and out the top side of the down tube. It's still one hole on the exterior but is much higher and drier than exiting on the low side of seatube, plus i don't have to zip tie or use those stick on cable guides.

    The ST and Down tube meet just above the BB shell so i took advantage of that space created by them just above the BB. There are two holes in the BB shell that align w each ST and DT. I very carefully cut a narrow slot between them. There was still a bit of material in the way from the ST so i ground it away just a bit to clear the cable housing.

    the slot:
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    a view w dental mirror:
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    I drilled a couple holes at the top of the DT where I thought there would be the least stress:
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    Cut between the holes:
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    smoothed it out:
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    The cable routed quite easily from the top of the DT to the BB where i could get a hold of it, through the BB and then feed it up the seat tube.

    idk why the pics are rotated at random:
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    The revive works great!
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    Maybe this helps show where the cable goes above the bb shell:

    I changed pic to better illustrate actual routing...
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    That's a pretty sharp turn. Does it work?
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    ^^ Yep, works great!

    Actually, it is not as sharp as the line i drew. The cable swings wide from the rear side of the ST to the front side of the DT.

    With the slott in the BB, the cable housing has plenty of room to make a smooth bend.

    The cable stays above the BB shell which leaves room for the BB housing. Except of course when routing it.
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