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    that a 27.5 2.8 or 3.0 Vee bulldozer tire ? on 30mm rims ?
    can you measure the frame and tires, thanks
    oh, hadza , nothing new this year

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    27.5 2.8 bulldozer on i35 rear and i40 front

    Tire is 72mm frame clearance is 85mm.


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    thanks! that is a tremendous help. looks good.
    by chance to measure the seatstay , might be a little tighter.
    thinking the vee trax fatty 2.8 on a 45 rim might fit too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rschultz101 View Post
    thanks! that is a tremendous help. looks good.
    by chance to measure the seatstay , might be a little tighter.
    thinking the vee trax fatty 2.8 on a 45 rim might fit too.
    I think trax fatty 2.8 fits fine on a 45 rim. Actualy thats going to be my next tire. Before bulldozer i run Rocket ron 27.5x3 on i45 rim there was about 2mm clearance in bouth sides. So that wasent the best combo in muddy Finish summer


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    Has anyone noticed water inside the frame? Inside my Codeine frame was about 700g / almoust 1litre water when i first noticed that problem. Now after every wash there is about 1-3dl water. I cant figure out where water get inside the frame


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    newbie here, been learning and researching, anyway, ordered a codeine on Monday from Eng. Arrived to AZ on Wed......I am simply astonished....and it is a stunning frame with great travel....has to be the best value out there.....wow....

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    I have a lot of bikes already but the 1200 dollar frame and fork package is great. and I LOVE the seafoam green

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    Yes, in person the color is stunning. Wasn't sure, they were out of other colors, but could not be happier.

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    Idea!

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    Hi guys! First post.

    This is my codeine 29.
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    Looks like everyone w/ 2016 29" Codiene still has Brants' original solid rocker /shock link

    And the 2016 27.5" Codiene has a new updated "lighter design", not mentioned anywhere on either on--one or plnet x site. It looks like half the material and different brace location in this updated rocker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J: View Post
    Looks like everyone w/ 2016 29" Codiene still has Brants' original solid rocker /shock link

    And the 2016 27.5" Codiene has a new updated "lighter design", not mentioned anywhere on either on--one or plnet x site. It looks like half the material and different brace location in this updated rocker.
    Interesting. Havnt noticed it before.
    They used to sell the rockeras a spart part, but cant find it anymore on the site.

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    New question here. when brant left..

    OnOne / PX go under, or they still in business w/ a new designer?

    just remember the Portland location "burnt" down; that was a while ago
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    They seem to be doing great in the U.K.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J: View Post
    OnOne / PX go under, or they still in business w/ a new designer?

    just remember the Portland location "burnt" down; that was a while ago
    They seem to be in a bit of financial bother at the moment.

    They have pulled out of the US entirely, apparently that side of the business was losing money and the warehouse fire was the final straw. They've laid off almost 80 people in the last 18 months as well, 24 towards the end of 2015 and another 50-ish in November. That's about half the work force.

    The EU exit vote really hammered them, everything they sell is made in Taiwan/China and the value of Sterling fell thirty percent. For companies like Hope, Orange and Superstar that make their own stuff it's been great, for companies that exclusively import they are suddenly less competitive.

    Even before that they were pretty marginal, they somehow made a loss on £20 million turnover in 2015. I expect they'll survive, but the ranges they sell will shrink, they sell seven or eight different Ti road/cross frames right now and that's not sustainable.

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    Finally got one.

    Bought a Codeine frame from a friend

    Paint is a bit worn but he took good care of the pivots plus slapped some offset bushings onto it.

    Love how it rides

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    Had mine 2.1/2yrs now. Slacked the head out by 1deg still love it. Missed out this year but I plan to ride the Megavalanche next year on it. Didn't know about the financial issues but here in the UK I wouldn't I suppose. Brexitwise I'm an optimist.

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    I attempted to order one in Feb 2015, but they were all of out of stock and couldn't give me an ETA, so I canceled my order. flash forward to today (and a couple of bikes later), and I have a blue frame sitting in my room ready to be built up

    PSA on the forum looking for a decent frame to start a budget build: I picked up a package deal on on one's site. It was 980 shipped to my door for the frame, shock, fork, and dropper post. the suspension isn't the high end stuff, but enough to get you out on the trail and you can worry about upgrading later. its even cheaper to go the frame only route if you fit on a small (350ish for a small frame).

    wheels get here next week. rest of the stuff will get bought after pay day. super excited!

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    put my wheels and front end on my bike yesterday so I could sell how it feels, hot damn these things are short! I should be able to make do, but I wouldn't recommend a medium to anyone over 5-9 to 5-10. I think their sizing chart goes up to 6 ft for a medium

    still very excited though, its getting there!

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    does anyone know what is the smallest size ring you can run on these things? I have a x0 crankset with a 28t direct mount sprocket. I think it may be too small and I may need to bump up to a 30t. can anyone confirm?

    FWIW, I plan to build the bike with a clutch der to keep chainslap at bay.

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    Hi everybody,
    Do you know the size of shock hardware for Codeine 29 frame? It's difficult to find this info (the same with CCDB Air base tune...).

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    email them. they will get back to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindboxx2334 View Post
    email them. they will get back to you.
    I did it week ago. Ticket created, bla bla bla, no answer. That's why I'm asking here

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    send it again, I am sure they are busy. they will get back to you. they always got back to me.

    I remember seeing on their site somewhere but I looked yesterday and couldn't find it. their site is kinda weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindboxx2334 View Post
    send it again, I am sure they are busy. they will get back to you. they always got back to me.

    I remember seeing on their site somewhere but I looked yesterday and couldn't find it. their site is kinda weird.
    They answered - it's 22x8 mm.

    BTW does anybody know CCDB Air base tunes for Codeine 29? No info on Cane Creek website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t0rmentor View Post
    I have received the answer - it's 22x8 mm.

    BTW does anybody know CCDB Air base tunes for Codeine 29? No info on Cane Creek website.
    Fortunately I have received answer from PlanetX customer service regarding CDDB Air base tune for Codeine 29:

    HSC 3 1/4
    LSC 3
    HSR 3 1/4
    LSR 15

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    Anyone tried biggest size 27.5+ tyre on On-One Codeine 29er Frame ?

    Pic will help alot,thanks guys
    2016 Ragley Mmmbop 27.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by microbike View Post
    Anyone tried biggest size 27.5+ tyre on On-One Codeine 29er Frame ?

    Pic will help alot,thanks guys
    Codeine Plus | On-One Codeine 29er Frame | Readers Rides | Planet X

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    Thanks for the link. Nice ride.🖒
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    Quote Originally Posted by t0rmentor View Post
    They answered - it's 22x8 mm.

    BTW does anybody know CCDB Air base tunes for Codeine 29? No info on Cane Creek website.
    Whats the fox bushing size should I be looking at.
    21.8mm or 22.2mm
    Thz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by microbike View Post
    Anyone tried biggest size 27.5+ tyre on On-One Codeine 29er Frame ?

    Pic will help alot,thanks guys
    My gf's setup:
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    Front: Dartmoor Aircraft rim (i45) + Maxxis Minion DHF 27.5.x2.8
    Rear: WTB i35 rim + Schwalbe Nobby Nic 27.5x2.8
    Fox 34 CTD @130 mm without Boost, -1.5 degree headset

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    Has anyone tried going 150mm on their Codeine 29er?

    Thinking of slackening the bike a bit... debating whether to go with Offset Bushings or just converting my fork to 150mm. Your thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by prancisfena View Post
    Has anyone tried going 150mm on their Codeine 29er?

    Thinking of slackening the bike a bit... debating whether to go with Offset Bushings or just converting my fork to 150mm. Your thoughts?
    You can also use headset (Cane Creek, Superstar, Works) for reducing the head angle.

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    Hey, does anyone have any comparison or experience with this bike and an El Guapo 29? I've got an El Guapo and On-One stopped making the derailleur hangers. I'm on my last one and it's got a slight bend in it. I am heavily considering a Codeine 29 just so I can swap parts over with no fuss.

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    Anyone know if it's possible to fit a 2.8 (27.5) or at least a 2.6 inch wide tire on the 27.5 codeine?
    I really like the price and geometry on the 27.5 frame. And I have a HT with nice parts I would like to move over

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