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    New Inbred 29er build! :)

    Got my new Inbred 29er frame in orange from the great people at On-One. Also picked up a set of Sun Ringle Black Flag Pro wheels in GOLD! and immediately took off all the stickers (I hate those things).

    I can't say enough good things about On One so far. It only took a week and a half to get my frame from the UK and there weren't any import fees at all, I just came home from work and there she was waiting for me

    I plan on building it up 1 x 10 rigid with either a carbon or steel fork hmm any suggestions?

    I'll keep the thread up to date with new parts as they are accumulated. But for now, you'll just have to live with this.

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    I don't think that fork would look good on a steel frame...I just don't like the look of it at all actually.

    I've been reading around and apparently the other carbon fork they have hes some clearance issues with disc brake rotors.
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    I've got quite a few miles on a steel Inbred 29er with a carbon eXotic fork. Similar appearance and geometry to the On One carbon fork with straight, round stantions. No clearance issues with the rotor. Super light and springy front end. Tons of clearance and a lot of fun to ride!

    I am switching that bike now to a Salsa Fargo V2 steel fork for bikepacking.

    Like you, I can't say enough good things about On One people and products!

    Joe

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    I've been looking at the carbon eXotic fork, they look very nice. Good to know they work well with the OnOne frame. Decent prices for them on ebay too.
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    Here's a photo of mine. In the process of changing it from rigid SS with this fork to 2x10 with Fargo V2 fork.

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    Wow looks great with that frame colour. I think I'm going for a kind of 'funky' colour scheme, orange frame with gold wheels and hopefully gold handlebar and blue atlas cranks with an e13 guid ring chain ring, if I can find them for a decent price
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    If anyone is interested in the same wheelset I'm using, here's one of the many great reviews showcasing how awesome they really are! Oh yeah, they also come in black for you 'monotone' folk

    29er Wheel review, SunRinglé Black Flag Pro 29 | 29er Online

    Just to keep this on the topic of OnOne products, if you're getting a frame from them, be sure you 'face' the necessary surfaces before installing your parts such as...BB area, headset area and disk brake tabs. It will save you a lot of alignment headaches and ensure maximum performance from your new frame.
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    should I just use this or go for a gold chromag bar to match the wheels?

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    Ok, so I finally finished the bike and took it for a first ride. Got a bit dirty

    Build:

    XL Inbred 29er frame
    Sun Ringle Black Flag Expert Wheels
    Kona P2 fork
    Avid BB7 Disc brakes
    Thomson Elite stem and seatpost
    WTB Silverado saddle
    Race Face Atlas crank arms with Chromag 37t chain ring
    Shimano XT shadow 10 speed rear mech
    Shimano ZEE 10 speed rear shifter
    Shimano XT 10 speed cassette
    Easton Monkey lite carbon handlebars
    DT Swiss RWS front and rear skewers
    Maxxis Ardent 2.25 tires set up tubeless
    FSA Orbit MX headset

    Weight: 27 pounds

    Sorry if the picture quality isn't good, I took them with my phone.

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    What are the bolt tangs on the bottom bracket shell for on the on-one frames?

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    They are ICSG05 tabs for mounting chain tensioners and/or guides like MRP, e thirtenn, etc. products

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadave76 View Post
    They are ICSG05 tabs for mounting chain tensioners and/or guides like MRP, e thirtenn, etc. products
    are they removable?
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    Quote Originally Posted by skankingbiker View Post
    are they removable?
    No.

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