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    2013 Scandal SS build

    Complete with a few pics... What a fun bike to ride.. Very nimble and quick (almost like riding a 26er)

    Quick specs:
    One One Scandal 29
    Stans Crest Wheels/Hubs
    31T Homebrew Cog / 22T Surly rear
    Fox Float RL 29
    One One stem/post
    SLX Crank
    Elixir CR brakes

    Bike was built for pretty rocky terrain, quick ups and downs, tight turns, and varying conditions (wet, dry, hot, snow, etc)
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    What's the weight on this bad boy?

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    I will try and check it tomorrow; I'm guessing 23?
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    I have one of these in the post.

    How have you handled the rear drop out?

    It looks like you have QR skewers, do you have horizontal swapouts?

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    I have vertical swapouts. I am using a standard QR skewer with some cheapo Redline tugs. I am actually waiting on the On One tug to be in stock.

    I had to really crank the heck out of the skewer, but it hasn't slipped in the last 3 rides and they have been over very technical terrain
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    Very nice build!

    Which headset you use, Smoothie Mixer? Your fork has a tapered steerer? Do you use normal QR with 5mm axle?

    Actually, it is not clear for me which type of headset is used by Scandal 29er V2 frames. Is it a semi-integrated?

    Sorry for my numberous questions I'm just curious because I'm thinking something similar.

    Edit: just found, Smoothie Mixer is internal headset.
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    Smoothie Mixer yes. The Fox Fork is tapered so I had to also but the adapter for the headset. (it only comes with the straight tube fork adapter for some odd reason)

    The headset is internal but it still uses a bottom cup. I'm not really sure it's totally internal, but most people I know that build these things go with the smoothie mixer.
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    Unofficial weight is: 23.4lbs

    I basically put myself on a scale, then holding the bike, subtracted the difference.

    I don't have a bike scale. I could easily drop a pound of this bike by going with lighter stem/bar/post but it wasn't really built with that intention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauldotcom View Post
    Smoothie Mixer yes. The Fox Fork is tapered so I had to also but the adapter for the headset. (it only comes with the straight tube fork adapter for some odd reason)

    The headset is internal but it still uses a bottom cup. I'm not really sure it's totally internal, but most people I know that build these things go with the smoothie mixer.
    Thanks for the info. Based on you reply I tried to find the parameters and I have found the specs for the Smoothie Mixer, it is an ZS 44/28.6 | EC 44/40 (SHIS standard). So the upper part is integrated and the down part is a 44mm external (lot of alternatives we have actually).

    Did you get your Scandal frame with horizontal dropouts or did you buy horizontal dropouts separately? On-One's site seems not clear for me whether they post the frame with vertical or horizontal dropouts. (Subtitle mentions vertical, photos show vertical but Frame Spec table mentions horizontal dropouts.)
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    Came with vertical drops, and I bought horizontals:

    On-One Singlespeed Swapouts (Pair)
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