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    Post your "Budget" SS

    Looking for around 250USD max spent on your SS conversion or purchase.

    I'm buying an old Lotus 4000m later that is going to be converted. Looking to keep it all under 200$

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    I stopped shifting for a while. That was pretty cheap.

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    It should only cost as much as the singlespeed conversion kit. ($30+tax at performance) That will leave you with about $160 left over. You can use the remaining money for: a better wheelset or cranks (depending how much you want to lighten the bike).

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjphillips
    It should only cost as much as the singlespeed conversion kit. ($30+tax at performance) That will leave you with about $160 left over. You can use the remaining money for: a better wheelset or cranks (depending how much you want to lighten the bike).
    I think he means $250 total, including bike.

    I think mine is a bit over, but I could have paid less if I hadn't gotten into a bidding war over the frame with my uncle, who was trying to buy the frame for me as a surprise >_<

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroutBum
    I stopped shifting for a while. That was pretty cheap.
    Get out of the SS forum

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    Old frame of my dad's that I converted for my brother. It has since been taken back apart but it was fun while it lasted. New fork, crankset, wheels, headset, bars/stem, saddle all for around $100 spent after diggin through the parts bin.

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    Hows this for budget build.

    From this:


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    Yes, there are gears on it currently for winter (1x7), but it will return to being a single speed once the snow stays cleared. It is too much to try and go from cutting through 2,3,4+ inches of snow one minute to riding on ice the next and back again w/o cursing constantly if I was SS-ing it. I'm not some kinda complete SS masochist.

    Anyway, about the bike. I found this wreck at the bottom of a small canyon near where we live while on a hike with our girls a while ago. The next day we came back, walked up the creek and I backpacked the bike out. The bike has apparently been down there awhile. I originally had thoughts of either rebuilding it for one of the girls or salvaging what parts were still working for the kids bikes, but after I had some bad problems with my other bike (ie a catastrophic crash) I decided to give this bike a new life. One side of the rear triangle was tweaked kinda hard, so I had to use a long rod levered against the seat tube to straighten it. For the most part most of the pieces came off my other bike that I retired and from my spare parts bin. The studded tires and cables are new though and I had to have the steer tube extended 2" otherwise a minimum investment for a not to shabby a beater. The bike is a GF Mako most likely a very late nineties/ early 2k model since it had no mounts whatsoever for discs.

    FYI for any of you hawkeyes that can see the chain length is pretty darn short in the pic. For lack of a chain guide to keep the chain from popping off while in the lower gears I had it shortened.

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    Bought the frame and fork and seatpost collar for $100 and a 12 pack of beer and I had the rest in my parts bin.


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    Here's mine with a slight thread derail (I posted this question in another forum but got no reply)

    I installed a 1/8" single speed chain and the extra thickness is making it rub against the bashgaurd and make some noise. Is there a way to prevent this or is this just normal?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SquishyPanda
    I think he means $250 total, including bike.

    I think mine is a bit over, but I could have paid less if I hadn't gotten into a bidding war over the frame with my uncle, who was trying to buy the frame for me as a surprise >_<


    How do you like those Panaracers? I had the XC 26ers on my EX9 I loved them. Light and grippy. I really like to dig into turns and feel most tires don't allow me to do that.

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    Yeah, I was looking for SS bikes that people put together for really cheap. There are so many threads with everyone's boutique 2k plus bike that I thought this would be a nice change. It's also my current project

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    Quote Originally Posted by akpirate
    Hows this for budget build.

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    Yes, there are gears on it currently for winter (1x7), but it will return to being a single speed once the snow stays cleared. It is too much to try and go from cutting through 2,3,4+ inches of snow one minute to riding on ice the next and back again w/o cursing constantly if I was SS-ing it. I'm not some kinda complete SS masochist.

    Anyway, about the bike. I found this wreck at the bottom of a small canyon near where we live while on a hike with our girls a while ago. The next day we came back, walked up the creek and I backpacked the bike out. The bike has apparently been down there awhile. I originally had thoughts of either rebuilding it for one of the girls or salvaging what parts were still working for the kids bikes, but after I had some bad problems with my other bike (ie a catastrophic crash) I decided to give this bike a new life. One side of the rear triangle was tweaked kinda hard, so I had to use a long rod levered against the seat tube to straighten it. For the most part most of the pieces came off my other bike that I retired and from my spare parts bin. The studded tires and cables are new though and I had to have the steer tube extended 2" otherwise a minimum investment for a not to shabby a beater. The bike is a GF Mako most likely a very late nineties/ early 2k model since it had no mounts whatsoever for discs.

    FYI for any of you hawkeyes that can see the chain length is pretty darn short in the pic. For lack of a chain guide to keep the chain from popping off while in the lower gears I had it shortened.
    Ummm... That bike has the paint scheme from '09 to present. It's from the "Classic Hartails" section. I think you made out better than you think. They are low end of the spectrum, but the frame and geometry is pretty much the same on all of their hardtail frames.

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    I might have overachieved on the sub $250 criteria. I probably have $50 wrapped up in this little deathtrap.
    <br /><br /><img src="http://img338.imageshack.us/img338/2586/pict6192.jpg" alt="Image" /><br /><br />A $20 adapter to get rid of the original one piece crank:<br /><br /><img src="http://img182.imageshack.us/img182/2068/pict6183.jpg" alt="Image" /><br /><br />A $20 Raleigh provided the new crank, bottom bracket, Araya wheels and sweet Biopace chainring:<br /><br /><img src="http://img229.imageshack.us/img229/5347/pict6216.jpg" alt="Image" /><br /><br />And there you go, one fully functional Huffy Single Speed:<br /><br /><img src="http://img229.imageshack.us/img229/743/pict6275.jpg" alt="Image" /><br /><br />It needed a little old skool hotrod pinstriping:<br /><br /><img src="http://img204.imageshack.us/img204/8712/pict6404.jpg" alt="Image" /><br /><br />

    I don't ride it much these days since I've invested in a slightly better SS (Deadeye). But it lasted a whole season of Michigan singletrack with no failures. I still take it out once in a while to remind myself how terrible the brakes are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by can'tputt
    Here's mine with a slight thread derail (I posted this question in another forum but got no reply)

    I installed a 1/8" single speed chain and the extra thickness is making it rub against the bashgaurd and make some noise. Is there a way to prevent this or is this just normal?
    I would guess your get up is designed around a 3/32 or whatever chain, so the 1/8 eats up too much space and rubs. Since I gather the rubbing is light, maybe a trip to a hardware store for some washers would space things out enough that you won't have problems.

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    Under $150.



    Actually the fullbike version which is 18 speed is only $75.

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    Conversion kit: $19.89
    New grips: $ 4.00

    That's all I spent. Didn't cost anything to take stuff off.

    Bikes dirty in the photo, as I took them minutes after my first ss ride a few years back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airskank
    How do you like those Panaracers? I had the XC 26ers on my EX9 I loved them. Light and grippy. I really like to dig into turns and feel most tires don't allow me to do that.
    They're definitely one of the lighter 29er tires out there. I'm not a very good rider so I can't give a well-educated performance review on them, but they've certainly been reliable. I'm running them tubeless right now and mostly ride on pavement (campus bike) but in all my bashing around (I can't bunnyhop to save my life so I just sorta smash into curbs) I haven't had any burps and only one puncture that sealed itself up right quick (Stans is amazing).
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    Quote Originally Posted by RQ1



    i think that raleigh is a better frameset than the huffy, it can be upgraded with v-brakes too. your biopace chainring reminded me of my unfinished Fisher, i better finish it and post it here too.
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    ss cannondale

    Here is my budget ss conversion. Started with 95 f1000 cannondale then removed everything not needed. Added specialized cranks and a ss conversion kit. I noticed there are not many cannondale ss. Headshock is a nice addition to take out the harshness of the front end while still being stiff and light weight. Weighs about 20 lbs or so. Very light. Also a 20t in rear. Absolute blast to ride. Also added 27 in bars which are a added welcome over the 24 in. Well here it is. Hope to pimp it out with some future lighter parts and a little gold here and there. I've got $80 in the conversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SquishyPanda
    I think mine is a bit over, but I could have paid less if I hadn't gotten into a bidding war over the frame with my uncle, who was trying to buy the frame for me as a surprise
    That's some funny sh*t right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Fragera
    Ummm... That bike has the paint scheme from '09 to present. It's from the "Classic Hartails" section. I think you made out better than you think. They are low end of the spectrum, but the frame and geometry is pretty much the same on all of their hardtail frames.

    Nice haul!
    Cool, thanks for the tip. I did google GF bikes when I first got it home with it, but didnt really turn up a year of production for it just a few images with the name, along with some sorta MTBR reviews that didnt quite match. Then I just sorta took a guess at the age.

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    My Rockhopper Comp I purchased new in 6/90. I spent less than $250 to make it an SS if that counts. Put on a used Fleabay SS wheelset with Spot bolt on hub and Avid 7's. Has a Rock Shox Judy XC I added in 95 with Englund Air Cartridges. Ground down the dropouts a bit and the magic 34/20 gear fits just fine with no tensioner. Crank and Stem are the only original parts remaining.

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    KDX: looks like you're frame has horizontal dropouts, is the singleator necessary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus
    KDX: looks like you're frame has horizontal dropouts, is the singleator necessary?
    For me, yes. Here's why:
    When I tried without it, the wheel would slip when moved back. I tried to use a tugger, but could not find a QR long enough/strong enough (and I have many of them) to keep wheel solid, as the Klein dropouts are pretty thick.

    I like keeping the wheel all the way forward, and without perhaps a half link, I couldn't. I also wanted to swap cogs around (the kit came with a sizes to try), so I didn't have to futz around with chain length with the tensioner.

    Also, I was going on the cheap, so the tensioner solves a few problems without spending more money.

    Eventually, I'm sure I'll purchase more SS specific parts. But the current set-up works just fine, and hasn't tossed a chain off-road.

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    I love that fork.

    I thought QR is work best only with vertical DO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDXdog
    For me, yes. Here's why:
    When I tried without it, the wheel would slip when moved back. I tried to use a tugger, but could not find a QR long enough/strong enough (and I have many of them) to keep wheel solid, as the Klein dropouts are pretty thick.

    I like keeping the wheel all the way forward, and without perhaps a half link, I couldn't. I also wanted to swap cogs around (the kit came with a sizes to try), so I didn't have to futz around with chain length with the tensioner.

    Also, I was going on the cheap, so the tensioner solves a few problems without spending more money.

    Eventually, I'm sure I'll purchase more SS specific parts. But the current set-up works just fine, and hasn't tossed a chain off-road.
    try a Salsa tandem skewer. They're much longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishcreek
    i think that raleigh is a better frameset than the huffy, it can be upgraded with v-brakes too. your biopace chainring reminded me of my unfinished Fisher, i better finish it and post it here too.
    Yeah, if the Raleigh wasn't so tiny, it would have been pretty decent. Can't fault the Huffy too much, though - it has nice long horizontal drops, and the frame is "guaranteed for life". So I got that going for me.

    When I looked at the Biopace chainring, I thought - that's never going to work. The chain tension varies with the rotation of the crank. But I tried it anyway, and over several hundred trail miles, I never dropped it once. And I do really like the way it affects the pedal stroke. I run 38 x 17, which is a little tall for me, but the reduced effective ratio during the power part of the stroke makes it climb like a much lower gearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaBass_


    My Rockhopper Comp I purchased new in 6/90. I spent less than $250 to make it an SS if that counts. Put on a used Fleabay SS wheelset with Spot bolt on hub and Avid 7's. Has a Rock Shox Judy XC I added in 95 with Englund Air Cartridges. Ground down the dropouts a bit and the magic 34/20 gear fits just fine with no tensioner. Crank and Stem are the only original parts remaining.
    what size frame is that thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Gager
    what size frame is that thing?
    22"

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    Cheap. light enough

    My first SS. Its about $300 worth. Bought and sold parts on E-Bay. My nephew is new ownerPost your &quot;Budget&quot; SS-p1030859_1.jpg

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    mid-90's scott frame, I think. I had to buy a Velo compression bottom bracket because the old one was cross threaded(and came out with a grinder and a sawzall), so that plus the bike was about $150. It's worth at least a 3rd of that. It mostly holds up the kegerator and is an integral part of my dust collection system, but she might get some dirt time now that I'm kicking a nasty habit.

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    Just finished, under £200 and weighing in at 17.89lbs



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    got my mom talked into riding a bicycle to and from work. ill put more money into it if she keeps up with her plan.
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    Frame, fork, headset, stem, bar, bar ends, brakes, brake levers: $20
    Crank, SS conversion kit, BB, Chain: $100ish
    Tires/tubes: $20
    Wheels had laying around came on a bike I bought for frame, rebuilt rear wheel so: $50 max.

    Thats under $200 Frameset was almost a steal, craigslist find! All other parts not mentioned were in the parts bin so to speak. Cables are from a $5 walmart cable kit Not the best cables, but more than I need on a budget SS...

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    [QUOTE=kaiser2]Just finished, under £200 and weighing in at 17.89lbs



    looks great! what is it?

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    Cheers vemeno, its a cannondale 3.8 series frame. Got the frame for £5 and decided on the budget weenie build. Its a lot handier than the spec suggests, rides nice and fast but not exactly for the roughstuff.

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    Late 90's C'dale killerV 700 need to pick up a masterlink to get a little slack out tensioner is maxed and is to close to frame to push chain up. Prob around $115 or so in it.

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    Mine. Frame was a trash pick, cranks 40, freewheel 20, the rest was parts bin. I've beat the hell out of this old Montgomery Ward's bike and it won't die. Heavy as hell but hey, cheap and fun like my women and beer!


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    Before

    I bought this 93 Trek 930 off craigslist for $35. Replaced the busted rear derailleur with a spring tensioner. Stripped all the gears and went S.S. I then bought some parts, but also had lots laying around from previous builds. Wanted a decent little commuter/street bike.
    Overall, the bike cost me $125 including the bike.....




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    Bought this Gary Fisher off craigslist for $200. Spent $30 on some welgo w01 clipless pedals. I swapped out the stem, chain and tires off my other single speed. Total investment $230. Not to bad for a 20lb bike.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KDXdog
    For me, yes. Here's why:
    First off, I want your Klein.

    Secondly... your problem with wheel slippage isn't necessarily the skewer length, but the skewer cam. Yours looks like an open cam skewer and they suck. Enclosed cams might be the solution you need.

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    This one was paid forward/gifted to me-can't get much more budget than that (only cost me te gas to go get it,plus I met a kool new friend). Now that I went and built a much...more elaborate...SS,this one will be used to treat noobs to SS rides,noobs to their first rides,etc,etc

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    add another Trek 930 to the list. 1999. $250 for all the new parts I found. I know it's somewhat expensive, but considering what could have been upwards of $800, this is a budget for me.
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    '93 marin bear valley

    cost less than $100 to convert to ss


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    Quote Originally Posted by longhaultrucker
    This one was paid forward/gifted to me-can't get much more budget than that (only cost me te gas to go get it,plus I met a kool new friend). Now that I went and built a much...more elaborate...SS,this one will be used to treat noobs to SS rides,noobs to their first rides,etc,etc

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    That came across wrong! Truely sorry about that. I think it was a blessing in both cases! Someone cared to pay it forward and you were blessed with the oppotunity to buy a new set up of your own.

    I had a budget SS a year ago when I bought my GT Peace. That pretty much went out the window after about 2 days when i started buying more crap for it and then slipped on the black side and started trying to become a WW. Budget? What budget?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1SPD
    Funny, you got the pay it forward set up and now have a new Vassago as well! (right?)
    Ah,how quickly one judges something when they know not whole story

    Here we go again...
    For 25 months,I was red-flagged by the federal government as "unable to work due to spinal injuries,DO NOT HIRE" (pulled right from my 'background check'),so "they wouldn't let me work",forcing our family of 4 to live on often less than $1200 per month that she made,because this disabled vet also couldn't get approved for any kinda benefits other than food stamps ("they wouldn't pay me either"). So,I put my much loved and 9 year old Monocog on eVilbay to sell to help my family. Dude pays forward Deadeye,feeling bad for us.

    Fast forward 3 whole days,and with absolutely no warning it would happen,I get my answer as to whether "they" would allow me to return to work or not,in the form of an SSDI approval letter,stating "Due to the unpredictable nature of the injury and when it 'acts up',causing temporary paralysis" I was approved and would begin drawing benefits in a "couple months"...so in short,our financial situation had been bad (compared to the $80G per year I had earned for so long) for over 2 years,he paid it forward,it changed,I'm passing it on along.

    Sooo.....what made you so special as to be the oversee'er of what's right and wrong with my life,eh? So are you my judge now?


    Edit: OK...this sounds a bit "pissy",that wasn't intentional,didn't know how else to word it,sorry
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    My buddy and I went together to build this Single Speed. Cost us $25 for the craigslist frame and the rest was all garage leftovers.

    90's something specialized M4 + Marz Z1 dropoff 5" coil fork = All mountain fun until one day it breaks and kills one of us.

    Sadly this is the only picture I seem to have of it. Jump to teeter toter.

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