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    on one wheelsets and more

    found this half fat wheel set,,,,,,,,,,statement from on one ,, Just landed, proto only, Half Fat wheels, built on our Fatty hubs. 1450g rear, 1250g front
    Check 'em out on the new Instagram video.Video by ononebikes • Instagram#,,,,so I went on to website and found fatty wheel set £299 that's what I have been waiting for summer and winter wheelset now On-One Fatty Wheelset / Black / 32F32R / Shimano/SRAM forks On-One Fatty Fork / 1 1/8" / Pearl White / Disc frame On-One Fatty Frame not bad prices either ,,,any body getting any thing im down for fatty wheelset

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    Thought about getting these - On-One Fat Not Fat Wheelset 29 Inch / Black / 32F32R / Shimano/SRAM

    Still undecided, and compared to my 29 that has been converted to street ... Well, I only use the top three gears, with a 48 front, on that bike.

    But, it's a great deal if you're gonna run something around a 2.2 in the summer, and the 70mm rims you listed are another great deal, as is the frame finally being available.

    When they start selling their hubs ... The build options will be complete

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    Geez! Could build up a Fatty for super-cheap. The On-One site (URL from link posted above) shows only $386.24 for the wheelset, in addition to only $386.24 for the frame!!! That’s a mega-freakin’ fatbiking bargain!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Geez! Could build up a Fatty for super-cheap. The On-One site (URL from link posted above) shows only $386.24 for the wheelset, in addition to only $386.24 for the frame!!! That’s a mega-freakin’ fatbiking bargain!!!
    this is a better deal if you want to build
    On-One Fatty Rolling Chassis Bundle

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    Quote Originally Posted by stesteste View Post
    this is a better deal if you want to build
    On-One Fatty Rolling Chassis Bundle
    Yep, saw the other thread about that. I know I am making a grave mistake by not ordering the package deal, but I know my wife would NOT approve, no matter how big of a mega cost-savings deal it is!!!!
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    did On One change the front hub to rear disc spacing?
    did they change the fork too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stesteste View Post
    found this half fat wheel set,,,,,,,,,,statement from on one ,, Just landed, proto only, Half Fat wheels, built on our Fatty hubs. 1450g rear, 1250g front
    Check 'em out on the new Instagram video.Video by ononebikes • Instagram#,,,
    Whoah. So those half fat wheels. Are they, like, 26x50mm wheels or something? When I think of half fat, I imagine fat front.
    Noogie...Noogie...Noogie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    Whoah. So those half fat wheels. Are they, like, 26x50mm wheels or something? When I think of half fat, I imagine fat front.
    29" and the width sounds about right. Don't know the hub size though.
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevob View Post
    29" and the width sounds about right. Don't know the hub size though.
    Whoah again. That's kind of a big deal. Hub standard must match the On One Fatty then. Unless On One is coming out with a new bike too.
    Noogie...Noogie...Noogie.

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    If they want to use 29+ knards on them, then a new frame is needed anyways.

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    I suspect that they might have a new frame, and then match the wheels up with some new tyres.
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevob View Post
    I suspect that they might have a new frame, and then match the wheels up with some new tyres.
    I have no idea, but On One made a couple comments on their facebook page about them. From what I gathered, they are for the Fatty. Here's another quote from On One:

    "29in on these samples. We are testing the profile and hatching a plan. We like it as Planet X have some new Fat45 rims too and people keep getting confused between our Fat wheels and their Fat wheels in the office."

    So the Fatty won't take Rabbit Holes with Knards? Why not?
    Noogie...Noogie...Noogie.

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    I don't think they fit on the rear of the Fatty
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Where's the geo info for the fatty frame? I'd kinda like to see some numbers.

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    Don´t know why the geo info can´t be found there but you can find them here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by autodoctor911 View Post
    did On One change the front hub to rear disc spacing?
    did they change the fork too?
    Hmmm...I noticed that too...might have to ask them the question...Brant?
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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