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    Quote Originally Posted by zardog View Post


    My new ride/first build.

    I only started riding this year but I decided my old bike just wasn't cutting it for me so I decided to build what I wanted instead of just settling for something, and so far I'm loving the decision even though I've only got a few tune up rides around the house so far.

    Nothing special and I'm sure it'll change since I like to wrench on things almost as much as I like riding them.
    456 Large
    Manitou minute expert 130mm w/ remote LO
    Mavic EN321
    Deore crank w/ blackspire 32t ring, race face bashguard, ngear jumpstop, & wellgo MG1s
    XT shadow rear derailleur
    XT shifter (love the push/pull option for the upshift)
    King headset
    Azonic seatpost
    BB7s w/ speed dial 7s
    Easton EA50 stem for now but I'm gonna swap for something with less rise
    Sunline v3 bars
    WTB aviator saddle
    Oury clear grips

    Also wanted to put a plug in for On One USA. I ordered the last large frame they had, but through a mishap it had already been sent to someone else. They let me know every step of the way what was happening with it and I still got it before my other orders I was needing for the build. They seem to have very good customer service which is always important when deciding where to order from.

    P.S. one more thing. Does anyone know where I can find an ano gold qr seat clamp in the 29.8 size?
    Salsa flip lock comes in gold.

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    Hi
    This 456ss is my only HT, very fun to ride.

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    Nice bike, Paul

    Mine is here


    Vanilla r 125 fork, juicy 3 brakes, some other junkyard components as well

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    Some new pics:

    Reba changed to On-One rigid forks with custom painted crown and dropouts. Now under 25lbs...



    Truvativ Noir 700mm flat bars, old Avid Juicy 7's painted black and red knobs removed



    Charge Spoon in black/white/orange, color scheme fits perfectly



    Trusty old Hope Pro II SS still going strong and LOUD



    Middleburn Unos with antique XT square taper BB deserve a shot



    Yummy mud



    That's all folks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werewolf R View Post
    Nice bike, Paul
    Mine is here
    Vanilla r 125 fork, juicy 3 brakes, some other junkyard components as well
    Thnx )
    Old Vanillas 125 or 130 are rare these days, but they are ideally suited to 456 frame imo )

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    only if the steerer is high enough. Mine is not (

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werewolf R View Post
    only if the steerer is high enough. Mine is not (
    This is not a sentence..
    I would put the combination of Rental Strata stem with 10degree up and a bar with more rise. This corrects the position with a style

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    Custom painted Scandal 29 - 24 pounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoreta View Post
    Custom painted Scandal 29 - 24 pounds
    That is a sexy bike!

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    Great looking bike! I would add ON-ONE decals on the frame. Could you please tell whats the weight of the frame with swap-outs and headset, and what headset is used here?

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    I will be adding a picture to this topic, soon.
    Ragley Blue Pig

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    Frame weight is 3.3lbs. We started out with a super raw which was 3.1lbs bare. Headset used is the On One Smoothie mixer. The original graphics is still visible under the paint. Thinking of adding a decal just in the headtube area.

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    3.3 lbs - nice weight, official site says its 3,5 lbs, can you tell what size frame you have here?
    Last edited by dviratinis; 12-09-2011 at 10:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoreta View Post
    Custom painted Scandal 29 - 24 pounds
    Dear God that is pure filth...

    Think I know what'll replace the Whippet.

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    Does this count as an on-one bike now?

    It's an old school planet-x zebdi(prototype) I just got back from powdercoating.

    Last picture of what it looked like 10+ years ago.
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    Never thought I'd see a Zebdi ever again... Good job!

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    Purple haze

    My used SS commuter budget build with parts laying around.




    soul cycles rigid fork 485mm axle to crown.

    Extremely disappointed at the Conti mountain kings. They are supposed to be 2.2 but look like 1.9s. I was looking forward to a high volume tire for more cush up front. Oh well.

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    456 carbon "summer season trip" :
    1300 kms across french mountains to swim in mediteranée

    first meters (still clean...)


    first evening


    new use


    somewhere in "chartreuse"


    above Grenoble (after the picture, 1200m down after a rought day of 3500m total climb)


    somewhere in the south


    end of the journey in front of Nice
    just enjoy the warm and blue sea



    Is this what englishspoken people call "mountain bike" ?
    If yes, the 456 is a REAL "mountain bike"
    du Voyage Tout Tranquille
    au Vraiment Très Turbulent
    en passant par le Vélo Tous Temps,

    On fait tous du VTT*

    *french Mountain bike

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    My 456

    Here's my size 18 456. Love it.
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    Steel Inbred

    This is my first 29er and first SS. It turned out to be a great bike -- very light and responsive.

    ** GREAT wheelset built by Steve at SRLPE Wheel Works, which includes:
    *** CK rear SS hub (fantastic -- worth every $$), DT front hub, WTB Frequency i-23 rims, DB Wheelsmith spokes
    ** eXotic rigid carbon fork
    ** Bontrager Mud X TLR tires, running with Stan's tape and liquid
    ** Mary Bar (really like it)
    ** Specialized Phenom minimalist saddle (really comfortable)
    ** Used CK BB and headset
    ** Surly chainring and cog (great quality)

    Fun bike. Minimal maintenance. Easy to clean. Great handling, even on rocky/rooty trails.

    Going to do a Pompetamine fixed gear next. On-One USA only has large frame in black. Anyone have a glow-in-the-dark they want to sell??

    Joe

    ( P.S. -- sorry for the crappy cell phone photo.)

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    Steel Inbred

    And finally I get the photo uploaded...
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    Finally made my 456. Put the chainguide and gears in a box, going SS for now.


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    Best Add One Of Mine Up Then!

    Ti 456 with Alfine.....



    God....whatever i feel like doing!!!

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    SS Inbred

    Here is my newest winter cruiser.

    On-one inbred
    Trek Sawyer fork
    J-bars
    Velocity P35 wheels

    its a blast !


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    My Carbon 456 Build..
    Fox Talas 140 Kashima/Fit/Terralogic
    Donated Bontrager bars/stem/pole from my Trek Remedy.
    Avid CR 203/185.
    SRAM S1000 crank.
    SRAM X7 shifters.
    SRAM X9 mech & derailler.

    Frame 20' - My plan is to buy an 18' and then sell the 20'.. I'm 6'1" and the 20 is just a little to big..

    Ride is very slick and controlled.. Love it so far...
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    ~2005 26" Inbred; I bought the frame NOS and built it up just last year. One of the "good" ones, pre-CEN regulations... nice compliant ride.

    Pretty basic build: ~2006 Fox 32 Talas 130mm fork, basically new until this build last year. XT / Truvativ 1x9 drivetrain.





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    Hello.

    Here's my carbon 456 with 650B wheelset


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    Love all the rides guys!!

    My Summer Season.

    Sram X-9
    WTB Saddle
    Race Face Evolve post
    Transition Hubs laced to Arrow Racing FRX rims
    Code 5 brakes
    CBros candy pedals
    RS Pike 453 95-140mm
    ...


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    Nice 456! I've been toying with the idea of getting on of those with 650B wheels. How do you find the higher BB height? Any negatives? It seems like there is a heap of clearance on the back for the bigger wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex63 View Post
    Hello.

    Here's my carbon 456 with 650B wheelset
    Hello Alex,

    Can you please post a close up of your brake side drop out with the brake caliper installed?

    Thank you.

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    Mr. Krabs: Is it true, Squidward? Is it hilarious?

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    2011 456
    Revelation RLT (set to 130mm)
    720mm answer bar
    1x9 saint shifter/rd
    Paul Chain Keeper (bb mount)
    Blackspire Stinger Chainguide (bb mount)
    KCNC 400mm Ti-seatpost
    KCNC 50mm stem
    2.4 Panarace FR
    2.4 Rocket Ron SS
    Mavic 119/Shimano XT wheelset
    Formula RX brakes
    Alligator Serrated 160 rotors F/R


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    Here's my 456 Carbon
    Spec is
    Rockshox Revelation XX World Cup Dual Air 120-150mm 15mm maxle axle
    Full XT Drivetrain 3x10
    New Style XT Brakes 180 Ice rotor's front and back
    Fulcrum Red Metal Zero wheels
    Ks i900 remote adjustable seatpost
    Will be fitting a Easton Haven alu bar and easton stem when i get them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickrogers View Post
    Nice 456! I've been toying with the idea of getting on of those with 650B wheels. How do you find the higher BB height? Any negatives? It seems like there is a heap of clearance on the back for the bigger wheels.
    Hello.

    With SR-SUNTOUR EPICON (140 mm travel) my BB height is 340mm.
    My feet don't touch the ground.
    But it's an advantageous in rocky conditions.
    I will take detail pics for tire clearance.


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    Here's mine...

    18" 456 Carbon



    Nothing special about the build...just fun. Makes me question keeping my Yeti AS-R. I can't wait to try it out as 650b soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Hello Alex,

    Can you please post a close up of your brake side drop out with the brake caliper installed?

    Thank you.
    No problem


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    Thank you Alex, she looks even better with all that dirt!

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    45650b Red Fox

    Here is the first picture of my fresh built 45650b carbon. A few details are yet to be attended.


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    freshly updated with 650b wheels...cuz thats the cool thing to do...

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    I'm thinking of buying a 2011 inbred frame for a budget build - but I'm in the classic 18" or 19.5" range. I'm 6', 170 lb, 32.5" inseam, 6' 2" reach. I'd be putting a 100 mm Manitou Tower Expert on it and am more xc oriented. Will I be comfortable on the 19.5"?

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    I'm 6'1" with a 32" inseam and bought an 18". I regret not getting the 19.5" honestly. I almost feel cramped climbing.

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    My inbred 29er

    My Inbred in Rigid and Forked configurations -


    WTB: Bontrager Comp Fork & Syncros metal top cap

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainlaurel3 View Post
    I'm thinking of buying a 2011 inbred frame for a budget build - but I'm in the classic 18" or 19.5" range. I'm 6', 170 lb, 32.5" inseam, 6' 2" reach. I'd be putting a 100 mm Manitou Tower Expert on it and am more xc oriented. Will I be comfortable on the 19.5"?
    I'm about the same size, and I too have ridiculous ape arms. I went for the 19.5 and love it.

    My Swap-Out Inbred 29




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    The 456 looks awesome! Maybe i will build one to next year... Good looking bikes folks!

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    My newer ride. Set up for Early a.m. Rides.
    115-160mm U-turn in the front and 32:18 drivetrain.
    I haven't ridden another bike since I got this a month ago.



    Upgrading the front fork to have a lockout + the Uturn. I was getting too much bob when mashing up steep hills.
    another pic...


    Guess I should put in the Specs...
    Rockshox Domain U-Turn 115-160mm travel (upgraded with lockout feature)
    DT Swiss AM wheelset
    Maxxis Highroller 2.35 tires
    FSA Tank headset
    Truvativ Hussefelt Cranks & BB
    Shimano Hydraulic disc brakes
    FSA oversize freeride handlebar
    THE Saddle
    Truvativ seatpost
    Crankbrothers Candy pedals
    (Ordering HbC 32t, 18t, and 16t)
    Last edited by Buzkil; 03-07-2012 at 07:06 AM.
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    [QUOTE=Buzkil;9072299]My newer ride. Set up for Early a.m. Rides.
    115-160mm U-turn in the front and 32:18 drivetrain.
    I haven't ridden another bike since I got this a month ago.


    Upgrading the front fork to have a lockout + the Uturn. I was getting too much bob when mashing up steep hills.
    another pic...

    Nice ride

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    Here is mine chocholate beast...

    Frame: On One 456 18"
    Fork: Pike 454, U-turn, coil, 95-140mm
    Stem: Syncros Fr, 60mm
    Handlebar: truvativ Stylo wc
    Headset: acor
    Cranks: shimano deore 22/32t, e13 bash + e13 drs
    Pedals: wellgo mg1
    Bb: shimano saint
    Brakes: shimano saint, avid g3 disc
    Wheels: F- hope pro2/ alpina 3/ mach max R- hope pro2/ alpina 3/ mach magma
    Shifters: sram x9
    Mech: sram x7, shimano slx
    Tyres: maxxis highroller 2.35 downhill
    Saddle: wtb silverado
    Seatclamp: Hope
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