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    Quote Originally Posted by manwithnoname View Post
    With BEER components PF30 eccentric she came in at 21 lbs.





    How did you get purple EBB, it is sweettttt!

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    mmm... beer

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    Thanks mayne!

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    I already have a SS One9 C and One9 (Jet9 and Sir9 too) but I was thinking about grabbing one of those Air9 closeouts $510 and using a Beer eccentric. Looking at the pictures of the Air9 with the purple BEER eccentric, it looks like you have to take the crank arm off to adjust the chain. Is that just this crank or is that generally true for all cranks and specifically the Stylo OCT cranks?
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    You shouldn't need to remove the crank arm to adjust tension. Loosen the 2 bolts on the eccentric body and use a lock ring removal tool to rotate the body, then tighten the 2 bolts. IME Shimano crank arms don't interfere at all, SRAM Red on my SSCX required me to be VERY careful to make sure the wrench properly engaged the bolts they didn't slip and round, but it was absolutely possible without removing the NDS arm. Hope that helps.
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    Almost finished


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    Just finished building up my new Niner One9. Unfortunately there is 8 inches of snow, so I can't get out and ride
    - Niner RDO Fork
    - Stans Arch EX w/ Hope Pro2 EVO hubs
    - Maxxis Ardent 29x2.4 tires
    - XT 785 Brakes
    - XT 780 Crankset
    - XT Pedals
    - Niner Chainring and Cog
    - Thomson Elite Seatpost
    - Selle Italia SL Flow Saddle
    - Thomson Stem
    - Easton EC70 XC Wide Bars
    - ODI Rogue Lock on Grips
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    [QUOTE=AaronJobe;10127876]Almost finished



    Whoa.. that White and Gold build is pure bike porn!

    Be sure to share your ride impressions.

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    Thanks! Went out to Tulsa, Ok for work and ended up riding turkey mountain for its first ride. Overall I'm pretty impressed because I loved my last sir the improvements are noticeable the frame is definitely less twisty but still has plenty of the soft feel of steel. I did have problems with the ebb2 slipping and I never had problems with the original on the previous bike once I lined it with plumbers tape so I guess I will have to try that again.



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    My new SIR9 Kermit. Built it up at 23.2 lbs.

    2012 SIR9
    Rockshox Reba RL fork
    Thomson seatpost and stem
    King headset, red
    Crossmax Rims
    Set up as 34x20, I have a 22 for cog those hard days in the hills
    Knobby nic tires
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    Its missing a few things, but I couldn't wait any longer.
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    Ok, finished. May not be as fancy as some of the other bikes on here, but still, its pretty nice.
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    Quick snaps down in the basement, after being cleaned up, following it's first ride.




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    Official Niner Single Speed Thread

    Here is the latest revision of my One 9. Love this bike at least as much as my Jet RDO!

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    Hoping some of you Niner SS guys can give me a piece of advice. While I don't run a Niner frame, I am running a Niner rigid fork and could appreciate any input on how you are routing the front brake cable. Do I go through the fork? Around the back? Straight down? Any help is greatly appreciated and here is the build so far:
    Trek 69er SS (in progress), Trek Superfly, GT Force Carbon Expert, Trek Madone 6.2

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    Outside and down the back. If you don't have clips you can use zip ties to hold it to the clips on the back of the left leg.
    Full rigid SS, Hardtail SS, Hardtail Geared, Full Suspension Geared.

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    Would like to hear some ride reports from the new Niner SIR 9. How does the ride compare to the older SIR and MCR?

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    My baby






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    I just finished putting her together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoShoes View Post
    I just finished putting her together.
    Not quite. Unless you ride without break cables. Cool bike.
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    New SIR 9, and she is amazing. Has to be the best overall riding bike I have ever owned.Official Niner Single Speed Thread-niner-1.jpgOfficial Niner Single Speed Thread-niner-2.jpgOfficial Niner Single Speed Thread-niner-3.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by J3SSEB View Post
    Not quite. Unless you ride without break cables. Cool bike.

    Ha so true. I guess I uploaded the wrong picture. I didn't sleep much last night. The brake cables were the last thing I installed.

    Here is the correct picture.

    She weighs in at 19.20 lbs according to my FedEx certified scale at work.

    Parts List
    One 9 Frame Tangerine
    RDO Fork Tangerine
    Stan's Notubes Arch EX Wheelset with Stan's 3.30 Hubs
    Shimano SLX Crank
    Hope Ceramic BB
    Niner 18T Cog
    Niner 32T Chainring
    SRAM PC850 Chain
    Surly Singlespeed Spacer Kit
    Raceface Evolve Stem
    Crank Brothers 15mm riser handlebar
    160mm BB7 Disc Brakes
    Speed 7 brake Levers
    Jagwire Mountain Bike Brake Cables
    Raceface Evolve Seatpost
    SDG Falcon Ti Saddle
    Ergon GP 5 Grips with Barends
    Time X-Roc Pedals
    Maxxis Ardent SC Exo 29x2.4 Tires

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    Oh go on then.,.







    One 9
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    Twoshoes, what is your final build?

    Ivandobski, beautiful build and shots

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    IvanDobski - looks like the UK - Scotland, Wales?

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