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    I will be there. Hope to bring a couple of my kids!

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    Any trouble with the Smoothie Mixer headset? I can't seem to get mine to stop rattling. Tried adjusting / reinstalling a couple times and still seems just a touch loose.

    I use the Smoothie Mixer headset and it took awhile to get it fully seated. Be patient and keep using about 4nm torque to pull everything together with the steerer plug. I also noticed the track ends needed a bit of re-torquing to 10nm. I see now this bike is going to need the wrench on a regular basis.

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    I have the same frame w/ the on one round carbon forks.Running a 32x19 or 20 depending on the amount of climbing. rolling on hope pro 2 laced to stans flow rims.
    using a crank face response crank set. KS dropper post w/ shimano hydraulic brakes.
    I love the ride of this bike and it is my go to bike right now. The frame and fork are solid.
    I will try to post pics later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug S View Post
    I have the same frame w/ the on one round carbon forks.Running a 32x19 or 20 depending on the amount of climbing. rolling on hope pro 2 laced to stans flow rims.
    using a crank face response crank set. KS dropper post w/ shimano hydraulic brakes.
    I love the ride of this bike and it is my go to bike right now. The frame and fork are solid.
    I will try to post pics later.
    Lurcher SS 18" frame w/ On-One Monocoque Tapered Carbon Fork on the Mixer headset. Running 32/15 on an XX1 crank w/ SRAM GXP PF92 BB, spinning a MRP bling ring. Rolling on Stans Arch's with Conti Race King 2.2 rear and Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.4 front. Both are tubeless. Ashima rotors and older Avid Juicy 3 hydraulic brakes (soon to be Hope Stealth Race Evo X2). Retrofitted the rear hub for a Hadley 10mm bolt and the One One Chaintug. Super solid ride. Not sure that I really want a suspension fork anymore since it's easily the cost of the bare frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenemtbing View Post
    Horizontal dropouts on the bike, and vertical dropouts in my hand. This is the 6th On One bike I have built. All of them have been excellent bikes at great prices.
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    Can you use the full range of adjustment with the brake adaptor? It seems the right side bolt head can hit the frame (?).
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    Quote Originally Posted by semmiho View Post
    Can you use the full range of adjustment with the brake adaptor? It seems the right side bolt head can hit the frame (?).
    I haven't and don't want to lengthen the wheelbase that much. I did a little grinding, er I meant re-shaping of the One One Chain Tug so there would be some frame to chain tug clearance when the wheel is fully forward. I typically use 15t, 16t, and 17t cogs anyway so it's a matter of me finding the right chain length for the 17t cog with the wheel fully forward. Using the 15t or 16t cogs later is a matter of moving the wheel back a bit. This also means sliding the brake a bit forward or back as needed.

    IMO, the One One horizontal ends and brake adjustment are good for about 3 teeth before the chain length would be changed to suit the new need.

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    Thanks for your explanation, it seems I started to worry about the other side as well. Today I will try to build up mine (Lurcher, 19.5"), hopefully I won't have big problems neither with the brake nor with the chain tug. I bought a Surly Tuggnut, I will use that one on the drive side.
    Gears will be 32/20.
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    Rigid or HT? I'd suggest avoiding the use of a QR on the rear wheel too if you can. You'll nevah get it tight enough IMO. You'll have to put up the bike porn when you're done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS9r View Post
    Rigid or HT? I'd suggest avoiding the use of a QR on the rear wheel too if you can. You'll nevah get it tight enough IMO. You'll have to put up the bike porn when you're done.
    It will be a rigid one.
    I have a Fulcrum Red Power 29 XL wheelset for the bike, this wheelset is a QR at the rear, unfortunately. The 135x12/142x12mm version would be much better, in that case I would have the possibility to use an adapter, like this one: 135mm Rear Conversion Axle | SUNringlé
    I expect continuous wheel slipping to be honest; we will see.
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    Actually this is the very first SS that I'm building without using a chain tensioner.
    Haven't finished the Lurcher yet, both brakes are still left and need to be installed (maybe I will do it only next year). During building it turned out I don't have an IS-F180 brake adapter, I have a wrong one for the front. Hurray.
    I'm already facing with an issue: my PC-971 chain with the 32/20 chainrings can be connected only in a very loose position. If I set the correct tension then only 3-4mm of adjustment is left with the Surly Tuggnut, which is not so OK.
    Probably changing the chainrings to 33/20 or even 33/21 will solve this problem but I'm not so happy to see I may need to buy a new chainring.
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    SS On One Lurcher-get-attachment.aspx.jpg

    Here is mine. The fork came in at 650 grams cut.
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    Very nice bike!

    What gears you use? I tried to check it on your pic but could not count the number of teeth.
    Do you use a reqular QR hub at the rear?
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    32:16

    Its 12x135 rear hub with a loaded step down axle.
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