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    Quote Originally Posted by hanssc View Post
    Here's an update:

    Question: Is there interest for the HD spacer dropout hanger?
    If we see support for it, we'll make some.

    Hope this helps and we welcome any comments / interest level on the need for the wider hangers for increasing clearance on HD frames.

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    Awesome response Hans.

    +1 here for sure
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    I'll take it for sure and dump the washer.

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    I'll take two

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    Count me in for 2 HD spacer hanger and stop looking for the washer that just dropped on the floor!

    Can you make a version for Direct Mount RDs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hanssc View Post
    Question: Is there interest for the HD spacer dropout hanger?
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    Absolutely! I did not like to file away carbon, but I needed to. I would like put a protective coat over it and never have to be concerned about it with a slightly thicker hanger.

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    In for 2. Although no issues with my I9s thus far.

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    Absolutely. I'm in for 2. My I9's run "ok" but I've found that the clearance is so tight that even the slightest cable stretch and it will bind up as illustrated in the earlier pics.

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    Please yes. My I9 torch wheels, even with a little material filed away, creates some rubbage.
    sweet sweet trails

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    Hans - Official Ibis XX1 Compatibility?

    Interested x 2!

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    Definitely interested in the spacer dropout hanger.

    One note on XX1 compatible hubs - Some Roval rear wheels (Traverse SL for one) use DT 240s internals, and are compatible with the DT Swiss XX1 freehub.

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    Hans,

    Are you planning to offer two versions? A direct mount and non?

    Also to note that its not just for XX1 users (I would post in HD forum as a general poll). Others w 10 speed setup can also benefit (like myself). My current 11-36 also has the same clearance issue and its resolved with a spacer.

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    Just ordered an HD today and I would like to run the XX1. I am in for modified hanger if Ibis makes it.

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    I'd be in for 2. I know loads of my friends here in the UK would want some also.

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    Glad I'm reading this. My HD is in the mail, and I'm deciding on XX1 or 1x10. I'll take a hanger or 2!
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    I"ll take two on the HD spacer dropout hanger

    -Shane

    Quote Originally Posted by hanssc View Post
    Here's an update:

    Question: Is there interest for the HD spacer dropout hanger?
    If we see support for it, we'll make some.

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    I'll take 2-3 hangers.

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    I'm interested in a new hanger. I am waiting on the Lg Vitamin P frames to come back in stock. I have a full XX1 groupo ready to be mounted.

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    I am waiting for a large black HD140. I was told the wait would be 6 weeks.

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    I have the same setup Hope Evo, mine was rubbing the frame, even after removing some of the paint and glue from it, what I made and worked was to place in the drive side two of the shims used between the crank arms and pedal spindle, now works fine and not rubbing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie_MTB View Post
    My i9's work ok.

    Tried with a hope pro 2 evo and it hits the frame on the smallest cog :-(

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    Some guys as using the XX1 crank and chain with standard 10 speed cassette. I am not a strong climber, but a 11/36 cassette and a 32 tooth chain ring should be decent for climbing. Of course, having the cassette go to 42 would be great but it seems like a headache. I am still waiting for my ibis HD frame so I have some time to see if there is XX1 hub that works well with the Ibis without the need to file.

    My local bike shop told me that they have installed the XX1 on an ibis. I have not personally seen the set up. If I do, I will post some pics.

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    I did my rig (I assembly all my bikes because is what I enjoy too) with a SIXC 36-24 chainrings and 11-36 XTR in the back, the RD was a XX and FD X0..It worked very nice, but I triy the 1x10 after so I installed an e13 33T in front and keep same setup back.. for my riding zone it worked fine and I enjoy it. But after moving to another place because work I needed some more friendly for climbing the steep zones. I choose the XX1 because I loved the 1x10 type, and because Im a tech-gadget freak. I just had the problem with the chain rubbing my chainstay but solved placing a pedal-cranck washer in the drive side between the hub and the frame. For the rest I can say I love my bike and climbing with the 42T in the back is amazing, I can climb places soo step tahn never in my life could with the 3x8, 3x9, 2x10 or 1x10, I will try the 34T also to check how its going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricio fracchia View Post
    I did my rig (I assembly all my bikes because is what I enjoy too) with a SIXC 36-24 chainrings and 11-36 XTR in the back, the RD was a XX and FD X0..It worked very nice, but I triy the 1x10 after so I installed an e13 33T in front and keep same setup back.. for my riding zone it worked fine and I enjoy it. But after moving to another place because work I needed some more friendly for climbing the steep zones. I choose the XX1 because I loved the 1x10 type, and because Im a tech-gadget freak. I just had the problem with the chain rubbing my chainstay but solved placing a pedal-cranck washer in the drive side between the hub and the frame. For the rest I can say I love my bike and climbing with the 42T in the back is amazing, I can climb places soo step tahn never in my life could with the 3x8, 3x9, 2x10 or 1x10, I will try the 34T also to check how its going.
    What rear hub did you use for the XX1? Is your bike an HD or an SL? Thanks.

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    Mine is an HD 160... 12x142mm rear... Hope Evo Hubs, best hubs for me so far, also changing the XD cassette dome is easy, just pull it by hand, pull the new, check seal is well placed and install the XX1 cassette, nothing more complicated.

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    Fabricio, Could you post a picture of the spacer installed? I decided to assemble a Ripley myself as I also enjoy put things together, and plan to have Light-Bicycle building a wheelset for me with Hope Pro2 Evo hubs for use with XX1 drivetrain. Your posting on the Hope hubs really helps. Thanks.


    Quote Originally Posted by fabricio fracchia View Post
    Mine is an HD 160... 12x142mm rear... Hope Evo Hubs, best hubs for me so far, also changing the XD cassette dome is easy, just pull it by hand, pull the new, check seal is well placed and install the XX1 cassette, nothing more complicated.

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    Hi jlian, Im far from home now because work and cant take a picture of my bike. The spacer is a simple flat shim like the used between the pedal and the crank arm, (see link) just place it between the end cap and the frame, is annoying to place it there but an option can be use any kind of superglue. if you plan to use the Hope Evo be sure to buy the freehub that come with the 142x12mm XX1 end cap, the normal that come with hub doesnt work with the XX1 cassette.

    Also, in this thread Hanss from Ibis say that your bike will not have any problem with the XX1 setup because have more room for it, check in page 2 I think.

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    Fabricio, you are right. XX1 should be OK for Ripley. I just received the Hope XX1 freehub for X12 version and it does come with an end cap that looks like the one on the hub.

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    Cool you are lucky, I had my freewheel came with the QR, so I had to modify my old 142x12mm end cap.

    Well enjoy your ride dude.

    Cheers.

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    Been running my HD140 with XX1 for several weeks now, no need to file, no rubbing issues whatsoever. Enves AM's laced to DT240s hubs. I can't see my self ever buying a 2x or 3x again, pull the trigger, you wont regret it.

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    Hans i am in on the spacer hanger for (2).

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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead!

    Hans I'm in with two of the XX1 hangers too, nice support!

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    And me x2

    Spacers work, but not when like me in such a hurry to jump on my bike and ride, I drop my spacers on the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick005 View Post
    And me x2

    Spacers work, but not when like me in such a hurry to jump on my bike and ride, I drop my spacers on the ground.
    Same to me jajajaja... But at last it is a fast solution for go out and ride without damage the rear of the bike

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    Hans-I am in for a hanger as well...just waiting for my I9 wheels to get here...

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    Dam need this soon lost my spacers a number of times now real pia

    always in a rush then drop them mainly lacking up so next ride I screwed

    XX1 innovation n design award



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    I9 wheels are here and installed and I have rubbing in the 10tooth...any word on the timing of a new hanger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmarshack View Post
    I9 wheels are here and installed and I have rubbing in the 10tooth...any word on the timing of a new hanger?
    You're probably already aware but a pedal spacer will get you by for the time being.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmarshack View Post
    I9 wheels are here and installed and I have rubbing in the 10tooth...any word on the timing of a new hanger?
    What frame are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vamaro View Post
    What frame are you using?
    Mojo HD.

    I decided to lightly file away the paint (no carbon) and still had significant rubbing. I then took my cassette back off the hub, greased the splines and threads, reassembled and now I have very minimal rubbing. Still might want a small spacer but at least it's not pushing the chain into the the 12 tooth any more.

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    Add me in for a couple of XX1 hangers, I'm running easton havens with rub only on the 10t cog.

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    so will the xx1 work with a 135x12 rear? im running newer Easton havoc wheels

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    I'm not sure you could find an XX-1 135x12 axle adapter, but then the next level of potential problem is that the chain probably would not have sufficient clearance to the swingarm.
    It does fit on the newer bikes Ripley, HDR etc. We also have a hanger in the works to improve the clearance on the HD for XX-1 using the 142 x 12. We should have it in a few weeks.
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    Probably not much progress due to Interbike, but do you have an update on the hanger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmarshack View Post
    Probably not much progress due to Interbike, but do you have an update on the hanger?
    I think they will be here soon, maybe within 10-15 days.
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    Hans - Can I use the new hanger with the Gen 1 12x135mm HD?

    -Shane

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    I think they will be here soon, maybe within 10-15 days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seleniak View Post
    Hans - Can I use the new hanger with the Gen 1 12x135mm HD?

    -Shane
    Sorry, it is not compatible with the 135 mm version.
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    Any update on a new rear HDR style triangle for the HD then

    Quote Originally Posted by hanssc View Post
    Sorry, it is not compatible with the 135 mm version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seleniak View Post
    Any update on a new rear HDR style triangle for the HD then
    We are still shooting for year end. We will probably build to order and paint them to match the original colors and graphics 1:1 with the orders.
    We'll post here when we are ready to take orders with a webstore listing and go from there.


    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanssc View Post
    We are still shooting for year end. We will probably build to order and paint them to match the original colors and graphics 1:1 with the orders.
    We'll post here when we are ready to take orders with a webstore listing and go from there.
    And this is how you build customers for life.

    Well, that and making bikes that ride like a dream.
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    Fantastic news! I look forward to getting this,
    Then it is just to order enve rims/wheels! Should hold for many years for me :-)

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    Hans.. can you give a ballpark figure for the retrofit swing arm as far as price? If not I understand, but I'm very curious.. Thanks
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