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    Can anyone confirm if the Lurcher frame includes a headset? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat Again??? View Post
    Can anyone confirm if the Lurcher frame includes a headset? Thanks!
    It doesn't.

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    No headset included with the frame

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    black on black
    I just came to realize that there are actually two kinds of black.
    one has the mat black where the colored ones have color and gloss black on the rest
    the other is vice versa.

    buying 21" from UK which one will I get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    It doesn't.
    Are you sure about that?




    kidding! Thanks brant and pwu_1.

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    I read the blog/review regarding the Lurcher and they mentioned the pressfit BB sliding in very easily but with a little red Loctite (on-one's recommendation), the BB stays solid and quiet.

    Has anyone, through trial and error, found a pressfit that fits better than others without modification or corrective action? I am curious about the Chris King or the Race face pressfits. Anyone tried those? Thanks in advance!

    I just ordered the Inbred SS and the Lurcher from the UK... couldn't miss the great prices.

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    On-One Lurcher...

    I used a Shimano PF with no mods, no Loctite and no problems.

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    in case there is a need, wouldn't a carbon assembly paste seem better suited?

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    E*Thirteen cranks and BB and added some Loc-tite 641 which is a bearing and gap filler. A few rides on it with no noise coming from the BB at all.

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    Frustrating that SS swapouts aren't available. None in the US, and disc side only in the UK. Hard to understand how that even happens.

    Looks like my Lurcher build is on hold indefinitely...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat Again??? View Post
    Frustrating that SS swapouts aren't available. None in the US, and disc side only in the UK. Hard to understand how that even happens.

    Looks like my Lurcher build is on hold indefinitely...
    did you try calling or e-mailing them? Their website is not the best. Sometimes they have it in stock but the website shows out of stock.

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    Yes, I have tried! They filled my order and shipped what they had in stock, but have not answered my email about the swapouts and a stem. They are making it difficult for me to be an On-One super fan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat Again??? View Post
    Frustrating that SS swapouts aren't available. None in the US, and disc side only in the UK. Hard to understand how that even happens.

    Looks like my Lurcher build is on hold indefinitely...
    Having sold a years worth of lurchers in a week, we're low on dropouts.
    There is stock on order, and I'll see if I can get it expedited by air to get them available sooner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    Having sold a years worth of lurchers in a week, we're low on dropouts.
    There is stock on order, and I'll see if I can get it expedited by air to get them available sooner.
    While I appreciate your response, you must understand that this means it will likely be some weeks before those parts get to us in the US.

    BTW: My "hard to understand how that happens" comment was with respect to the mismatch in inventory between drive and non-drive side swapouts. It would seem to make more sense to sell them as a pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat Again??? View Post
    While I appreciate your response, you must understand that this means it will likely be some weeks before those parts get to us in the US.
    I could imagine it could well be the end of July before we have something.
    I'll see what I can do to expedite it.

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    Well, no matter how long it takes, I appreciate your response.

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    On-One Lurcher...

    I have a set of SS swapouts I took off my Lurcher when I went geared a couple months ago.

    Was going to put them on my new Scandal frame, as I am on the list for SS swapouts for my Scandal. But I will send these out to anyone who is in a tight spot -- i.e. has no other mountain bike and is wanting to build up their Lurcher.

    We can arrange for me to get the pair you are on the list for later. PM me if this is your situation.

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    Re: On-One Lurcher...

    today has arrived my lurcher, great frame, brant if you,re ordering dropouts maybe you could order some 142*12 geared and pm brake mount i will buy it happily...will be a great update for the frame with a low cost for you.....
    and what about a marltching fork with 15 mm axle?? if you have a 15mm carbon fork will sell a lot, it,s hard to find and expensive.....

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    Re: On-One Lurcher...

    a lot of people asks for carbon fork with 15 mm axle to alternate with his suspension forks without loosing the 15 mm axle.....

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    Any ideas on when the forks and horizontal swapouts will be in stock again, or any suggestions on other sources that have them in stock? My understanding is that we're looking at late July for both. Does this sound about right? I'm hoping to get ahold of an orange fork and horizontal swapout sooner.

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    Just pulled the trigger on a Lurcher frame. I've been riding an Alma carbon frame for a couple of months, but it's a bit too racy for my personal riding style (but it is a fantastic frame.) Fantastic deal on the UK site - I was going to pay the $600 until I saw this thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenemtbing View Post
    I used a Shimano PF with no mods, no Loctite and no problems.
    Same for me.
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    Lipstick on this pig!

    Got this via text last night - this is a buddy's Lurcher with some new hoops. Hooker red, I think. On-One Lurcher...-img_9682.jpg

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    You mean hooker lipstick red... Nice bike!

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    New question here.

    Hi guys.
    Has anyone used a crank with a 156q factor crank arm on his Lurcher frame.
    Does it work? What I mean is, is there enough clearance between the end of the crankarms (pedal end) and the chain stays, or is a crank with a 168q factor the only one that will work and wont rub on the frame?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Li Mu Bai View Post
    Hi guys.
    Has anyone used a crank with a 156q factor crank arm on his Lurcher frame.
    Does it work? What I mean is, is there enough clearance between the end of the crankarms (pedal end) and the chain stays, or is a crank with a 168q factor the only one that will work and wont rub on the frame?
    Thanks
    I was actually throwing around the idea of replacing my 168q factor cranks with the 156 so I took some quick measurements.
    I currently have 175mm XX1 168 q factor cranks and there is 15mm clearance between the inside of the crank arm and the chainstay. The 156 would be 6mm in for each side which will give you approx. 9mm clearance between the chainstay on both sides.(on the drive side where the crank arm tip is the chain actually sticks out more than the chain stay so the 15mm clearance is between the arm and the chain) on both sides. Oh and not sure if it matters but the measurement was taken from a 16 inch lurcher frame

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    I got a reply from On-One - the 168q factor crank is the correct one for the 21"frame.

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    Can anybody give some recommendation if lurcher should be ridden with 80mm or 100mm. I am looking to pretty racy geometry for my bike and debating which way to go. I have ridden my Whippet with 100mm forks and been very happy with that.

    It seems unclear if Lurcher is designed for 100mm or 80mm forks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arisaast View Post
    Can anybody give some recommendation if lurcher should be ridden with 80mm or 100mm. I am looking to pretty racy geometry for my bike and debating which way to go. I have ridden my Whippet with 100mm forks and been very happy with that.

    It seems unclear if Lurcher is designed for 100mm or 80mm forks.
    Designed around 80's. 100's are fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arisaast View Post
    Can anybody give some recommendation if lurcher should be ridden with 80mm or 100mm. I am looking to pretty racy geometry for my bike and debating which way to go. I have ridden my Whippet with 100mm forks and been very happy with that.

    It seems unclear if Lurcher is designed for 100mm or 80mm forks.
    I run SID RCT3 100 on my Lurcher and it steers faster than I can....

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    Reba 100 on my Lurcher, and I'm with ssloser.
    Somehow the Lurcher feels more nimble than my 29 Inbred (also with 100mm)
    Could be the lighter wheelset...
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    Mine:



    Frame: 2013 On One Lurcher 29" XL
    Fork: 2013 Rock Shox REBA RLT (100mm. Travel w/Remote Lock-Out & w/15mm. T/A.)
    Brakes: 2013 SRAM XO Trail Disc (180mm. F / 160mm. R)
    Wheelset: SRAM X9 Hubs, DT Swiss Competition Spokes, Brass Nipples & Stan's FLOW EX Rims
    Tires: Continental Mountain King's (2.4F-2.2R)
    Crankset: MRP Camber w/e13 34t. Chainring
    Chain SRAM PC1071 (chain was still being detailed when photos were taken)
    Cassette SRAM PG1071
    Chain Guide: MRP Direct Mount
    Headset: Cane Creek 40 series
    Rear Derailleur: 2013 SRAM XO w/clutch (mid cage)
    Handle Bar: On One Fleegle Pro
    Stem: THOMSON
    Seatpost: THOMSON
    Seat Collar: THOMSON
    Grips: OURY Lock-On
    Saddle: FIZIK Gobi XM

    25 lbs.

    Pretty great ride I must say. Goes fast and I'm not at all worried about durability

    Cheers,

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    On-One Lurcher...

    Looks great. I like the stealth-black appearance. I have been running mine 1x10 with an XT setup, and no chain guide or chain drop. Wasn't even sure what kind of guide would work on the Lurcher seat tube. Can you post a close-up photo of your guide and crank?

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    MRP Direct FD Mount



    def not the best picture..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Click Click Boom View Post
    Attachment 798473

    I think this is the best looking bike I have put together. I love this thing!
    Do they still make/sell the Lurcher naked without the logos? I love that stealth look.

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    After some trouble with customer support things got finaly sorted out (Thanks Brant)
    Here is my wifes Lurcher:

    Work in progress


    The Kona acted as a donor for some of the parts.


    Rigid or suspension ?


    The Reba came from my Lurcher, leaving mine with a white Fox.






    Problem solved, the Fox in matching color.
    (does anybody know where to get black Fox decals?)
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    Belgium yesterday
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    On-One Lurcher...

    Great bikes! Custom paint on the Fox? How hard was that to accomplish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Li Mu Bai View Post
    Hi guys.
    Has anyone used a crank with a 156q factor crank arm on his Lurcher frame.
    Does it work? What I mean is, is there enough clearance between the end of the crankarms (pedal end) and the chain stays, or is a crank with a 168q factor the only one that will work and wont rub on the frame?
    Thanks
    I just finished a 16" build with a 156Q SRAM XX1, it was a good fit and shifts well. I wouldn't hesitate to build another exactly the same.



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    Anyone in the USA got singlespeed swapouts they'd like to sell me? Pretty please?

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    Me too! I just thought that I would pick them up later when I bought the frame, MISTAKE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenemtbing View Post
    Great bikes! Custom paint on the Fox? How hard was that to accomplish?
    Very easy.
    Went in the local carparts shop with the bike, picked out a spraycan in the right color, that's about it.
    The Fox was white, an ideal base for bright yellow(orangie), so I just sanded it down a bit and taped the stanchions.
    The fork was only recently serviced, didn't feel like taking it apart already, so I did it quick and dirty.
    I applied 2 layers of paint, looks good, although the seals are a bit yellowish now.
    Next time when I service it, I'll do a better job.
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    are there any zero stack headsets that will fit the Lurcher headtube and accommodate a tapered steerer tube (1 1/8 top, 1 1/5 bottom)?

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    Parts are here, tires mounted, frame shipped. Now just for some SS dropouts! Any ETA out there? I emailed On-One through their website and got zero response.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pivvay View Post
    Parts are here, tires mounted, frame shipped. Now just for some SS dropouts! Any ETA out there? I emailed On-One through their website and got zero response.
    FYI Singlespeed Swapouts are back in stock in the UK
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    It's here!

    Thanks to eugenemtbing for swaping me some swapouts. My Lurcher just had it's maiden ride on some nice post rain singletrack 19.5lbs so far, probably more to come but for now I'll just ride it a bit. More pictures to come from the trail

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    On-One Lurcher...

    Wow, that's a nice looking bike -- and a nice light weight! Makes me want to trim some grams off my Lurcher...

    Would be fun to know how the Niner fork matches up to the On One monocoque fork.

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    What is everyone doing for Lurcher SS gearing? I run 32/18 on my Inbred as the wheel sits nicely at the front of the dropouts. On the lurcher 32/18 had me add 2 links to the chain and it sits at the rear of the dropouts so no good. 32/19 is about midway and what I have settled on for the moment.
    So I would like to know if anyone runs 33/19 and where the wheel sits in the dropouts with a standard (not half link) chain before I order a 33t.

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    As long as the wheel is in the slots, why does it matter how far back it is (unless you are wanting ultra short stays)? The Lurcher slots aren't that long anyway. My jabber was longer i'm pretty sure.

    Anyway i'm running 34x18 and 32x20. Both are closer to the front than the back of the stays. I prefer 32x20 as an all around MTB ratio in CO though 34x18 makes a serviceable road and foothills gear when I'm riding near the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenemtbing View Post
    Wow, that's a nice looking bike -- and a nice light weight! Makes me want to trim some grams off my Lurcher...

    Would be fun to know how the Niner fork matches up to the On One monocoque fork.
    Niner fork weighed 575g uncut. I didn't bother to weigh the piece I cut off.
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    On-One Lurcher...

    I ran 32x20 on mine for hilly stuff, and it worked well. The wheel was midway in the dropouts or slightly back from this, but it worked fine. It's geared 2x10 now for AM.

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    I do want to keep the chainstay length short and also the On One chain tugs look stupid so far back and I would rather retain them for extra security/reliability.

    Another silly question. Is there recommended torque settings for the bottle cage mounts? I have never worried to much with other frames, but I would hate to damage the frame via over tightening or a bottle cage with a full bottle rattling around loose ruining the frame or mounts. Other manufacturers spec about 4nm it seems.

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    Matte black no decals...

    Any of you know if the lurcher race is available in matte black without decals? The usa website seems to be down? thanks for your help.

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    So I just realized that there is no serial number on the BB of my Lurcher frame. Anyone know if there is a serial number some place on the frame?
    I seemed to recall I might have seen something inside the frame but can't really remember now and too lazy to take everything apart to look for it.
    Anyone know the exact location of the frame serial number(if there is one)?

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    check near the dropout. disc side.

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    Anyone know if the green 18'' lurcher framesets will be coming back into stock?

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    Anyone recommend a nice seatpost clamp that fits? I got a Hope bolt on but it's too tall for the area on the frame so just running an old take off from my parts box. My frame needs a reasonably thin collar?

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    I use the Thompson clamp on mine, it works perfect!

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    On-One Lurcher...

    Salsa bolt-on clamp on mine works great. Thinking about a dropper post. Any suggestions?

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    @ notime.
    Best is to do it by hand, just tight enough to catch. 4nm is probably still to much. its easy to re-tighten should they work loose.

    Anyone know what the rear swapouts bolts should be torqued to?

    @Pivvay
    I have instaled a Crank Brothers split QR seatpost collar. fits well and looks bling. heavy though at about 60 grams
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    Does anyone know if a SRAM XX1 38T chain ring will fit on a 19.5 Lurcher frame?

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    i use sram pressfit bb92, will i need 2,5mm spacer on the driveside?
    since the lurcher shell width is already 92mm right?
    if yes, is it using the spacer that include in the crank box? i use x9 crank..
    thanks

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    I think you'll need one 2.5mm spacer on the driveside, 'cause the lurcher is 89.5mm.
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    I wonder if it is safe to use Lurcher in turbo trainer?

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    I have just seen on the site, should we expect a new color?

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    On-One Lurcher...

    Time to replace the PF BB on my Lurcher. Here's the question: should I grease or Loctite the cups when I press them in?

    I am replacing a 1.5-year-old Shimano BB with a Race Face BB91 that has metal sleeves on the cups. The Race Face instructions alternatively say to grease and to Loctite the BB when pressing them in.

    I believe the original Shimano BB is just greased. I have had no problem with it until it recently started creaking. I think it's just worn out and time to change it out.

    Thanks for any advice!

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    A little loctite won't hurt, I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenemtbing View Post
    Time to replace the PF BB on my Lurcher. Here's the question: should I grease or Loctite the cups when I press them in?

    I am replacing a 1.5-year-old Shimano BB with a Race Face BB91 that has metal sleeves on the cups. The Race Face instructions alternatively say to grease and to Loctite the BB when pressing them in.

    I believe the original Shimano BB is just greased. I have had no problem with it until it recently started creaking. I think it's just worn out and time to change it out.

    Thanks for any advice!
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    Great article. Thanks, Shiggy!

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    Only an interesting thing that I noticed about weight (interesting, at least for me). Yesterday, I did some research to find Lurcher tests and there was a thing that I noticed, the pre-production version of the frame had a claimed ~1100g (minimal paintings) which has been increased to ~1300g in case of the Race versions (I'm pretty sure it is because of a kind of evolution and every grams have its place). But a question came into my mind, are there "measurable" differences between - for example - the raw, Gloss Black/Matt Black and colored (Black/Green, Black/Orange) versions? ; I'm just curious. Sources for the ~1100g: World Exclusive: On-One Report #3: The New Carbon 29"ers (there was a sub-1000g version too? That's wow!:-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by semmiho View Post
    Only an interesting thing that I noticed about weight (interesting, at least for me). Yesterday, I did some research to find Lurcher tests and there was a thing that I noticed, the pre-production version of the frame had a claimed ~1100g (minimal paintings) which has been increased to ~1300g in case of the Race versions (I'm pretty sure it is because of a kind of evolution and every grams have its place). But a question came into my mind, are there "measurable" differences between - for example - the raw, Gloss Black/Matt Black and colored (Black/Green, Black/Orange) versions? ; I'm just curious. Sources for the ~1100g: World Exclusive: On-One Report #3: The New Carbon 29"ers (there was a sub-1000g version too? That's wow!:-)
    On One Carbon Race 29"er: Final Review
    The Lurcher and Carbon Race 29er are very different frames with the same geometry that look similar.

    The "Race" is about 1100g.
    The Lurcher (Carbon Swapout 29er) has always been ~1300g.

    The differences are in the TNI preview.

    No race version of the Lurcher.
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    Thanks Shiggy, it is clear now!
    Anyway, I have joined to the Lurcher owners' club, the frame is just coming.
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    Does anyone know if/when the tapered monocoque carbon forks in ORANGE will be back in stock? I stupidly purchased an orange Lurcher not realizing that the forks have no known ETA. I have not been able to get a response from On One directly.

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    A set on ebay uk if that's any good On One tapered carbon forks | eBay

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    Thank you. I ended up speaking with Planet X yesterday and they are looking at a new batch coming in around end of January timeframe.

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    Waiting for a few more parts to come in then the building begins
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    curious as to what you guys are getting for build weights. they have a built one on the on one site that is a little over 27lbs. is this frame that heavy? I also saw a guys pic with a scale to show the weight of 1586g for the 19.5 with the dropouts included. looking to get a new racing hardtail but if I have to spend mucho bucks to get it under 25lbs then it probably isn't worth it. I would like to be in the 22 range with a suspension fork and 2x10 setup, and not have to spend every last dollar on tiny pieces of carbon to get it there. Am I crazy?

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    Mine is easily at 18lbs as a SS. My build isn't "cheap" but nothing exotic either.
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    Mine is easily at 18lbs as a SS. My build isn't "cheap" but nothing exotic either.
    That's pretty light! My SS with a Reba fork and carbon rims(nobby nic and racing Ralph ) and dropper post is just shy of 22 pounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by pwu_1 View Post
    That's pretty light! My SS with a Reba fork and carbon rims(nobby nic and racing Ralph ) and dropper post is just shy of 22 pounds
    22lbs sounds more like what I was expecting. not really sure how pivvay got his down to 18. maybe it is 18.99 which would make sense since a carbon rigid fork could shave probably a little over 2lbs.

    pwu_1 since you bike is 22lbs I would guess if I put crankset, shifters, cables, derailleurs, and cassette it would pretty quickly get to 25lbs maybe even over. I am assuming this with xt level components

    maybe the race 29er is a better idea. are they still making the carbon race 29er? any idea on when more will be available?

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    If I meant 18.99 I would have said so.
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    Size 19,5 with Reba XX, Sram X0 2x10, ZTR355, Rocket Ron and Racing Ralph 2.25 and some carbon parts is just above 23lbs.
    With dropper post and Snakeskin Nobby Nic and Racing Ralph just above 24lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adumb View Post
    22lbs sounds more like what I was expecting. not really sure how pivvay got his down to 18. maybe it is 18.99 which would make sense since a carbon rigid fork could shave probably a little over 2lbs.

    pwu_1 since you bike is 22lbs I would guess if I put crankset, shifters, cables, derailleurs, and cassette it would pretty quickly get to 25lbs maybe even over. I am assuming this with xt level components

    maybe the race 29er is a better idea. are they still making the carbon race 29er? any idea on when more will be available?
    I have created an Excel sheet and collected all parts with weight information. (I always put everything to the scale and take a photo so it was not a big deal to collect the info.)
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    Yesterday I just started to build up my Lurcher as a SingleSpeed, but mainly using old used parts only. First I would like to build up with cheap(er) parts so I expect the weight between 20.5-20.9 lbs with XT cranks, alu handlebar, Fulcrum Red Power 29 XL wheelset (quite heavy, ~2 kg).

    Regarding the frame weight, I measured exactly 1586 grams with geared type Swapouts included.
    (Just FYI, the SingleSpeed Swapouts are 8 grams heavier than the geared type.)
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    Here is mine. Purchased the frame in March 2012.....still freaking love it. The frame is heavy'ish but I don't care. The ride / handling........just spot on. I have two other mbikes (Santa Cruz Tallboy and Highball) but the Lurcher is my fav.

    I believe that the Lurcher is about 400-500 grams heavier than my Highball.
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    cool looking bike for sure. I wanted a lurcher but ended up with a really nice highball. three things that I like that the highball has that the lurcher didn't was the 12mm thru axle in the rear and more importantly the threaded bb, and a lot lighter.

    if anything happens to my frame I will probably get a lurcher because there is like 1500 dollar price difference when buying new.

    is that the on one rigid fork or the niner? I will probably pick up the on one carbon fork and try the highball as a rigid just for kicks.

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    I like this picture of my Lurcher from the fall. More upgrades and such coming throughout the winter and spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adumb View Post
    cool looking bike for sure. I wanted a lurcher but ended up with a really nice highball. three things that I like that the highball has that the lurcher didn't was the 12mm thru axle in the rear and more importantly the threaded bb, and a lot lighter.

    if anything happens to my frame I will probably get a lurcher because there is like 1500 dollar price difference when buying new.

    is that the on one rigid fork or the niner? I will probably pick up the on one carbon fork and try the highball as a rigid just for kicks.
    The fork is a no name knockoff I purchased direct from China. Actually I think the Lurcher is kinda ugly........adds to its charm ;-).

    The thing the Lurcher has going for it over the Highball is the ability to run SS via horizontal dropouts. Also I run a 10mm through bolt on the rear and it is stiff.

    My geared Highball with a suspension fork weighs less than my Lurcher

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    ordered lurcher frame from UK site. had a question for them regarding the order... strange... after 3 inquiries, have yet to get a response.

    would have assumed better service from a smaller company.

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    Anyone running a 120mm travel fork on the Lurcher? I ordered a new fork to replace a Reba RLT that I'm not too happy with. I got a X-Fusion Slide and they were supposed to lower the travel to 100mm but apparently they didn't. I was too excited to get the fork so installed it without measuring. On the first ride I had some suspicions that the fork had more than 100mm travel and measured it when I got home. Sure enough, 120mm travel.
    Bike actually feels pretty good, especially on the descents. I'm just wondering if its safe to keep running it at 120mm

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    I think quite many are running Lurcher with 120mm forks. I am running 80mm Reba like it was designed to be according to OnOne people, but head angle is pretty steep so I am considering converting Reba to 100mm.

    I think it's nothing to do about safeness, you just get a bit higher front end to your bike and one or two degree slacker head angle.

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    I wouldn't call the HTA steep. Its supposed to be a XC "race" geo. I find the BB gets silly high with any fork above 100mm.
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    Thanks for the response. It turned out to be a false alarm. Initially I compared just the stanchion of the Reba against the Slide that I just got and saw that the stanchion on the Slide is showing 120mm. After reading some stuff online and comparing the a to c measurements I saw that both fork has similar a to c. The Slide has 120mm of stanchion shown, but when you compresses the fork it'll only compress by 100mm(so there is still some stanchion shown when the fork is fully compressed).

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    I built up a "fully rigid" Lurcher as an SS bike but due to the special trainings that I'm currently doing I need to convert it back to geared (will be 2x10).

    My question(s): how often did you have chain drops? If you had, did you have chain suck as well which may caused damage to the chainstay? (any bigger damage you noticed)?
    (When I had a carbon Whippet, that also did not have the steel plate on the drive-side chainstay and I had several troubles with it.)
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    Carbon is durable, dont worry about it. Clean your stuff and you wont get chainsuck.

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    has anyone got round to giving a Knard a squeeze in this frame?
    is it even close? (think new dropouts kinda close)

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    my chain sucked yesterday. there's just enough space for it to get in between the frame and the inner ring on a 2x10. this was in front of the BB, not behind and into the chainstay where you normally get chainsuck. it sucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtheo View Post
    my chain sucked yesterday. there's just enough space for it to get in between the frame and the inner ring on a 2x10. this was in front of the BB, not behind and into the chainstay where you normally get chainsuck. it sucked.
    In front? Weird. What is your small ring?

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