• 03-22-2012
    asdasd
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    Super duper On-one Inbred Build!! (urban style)
    Ok, you may have seen my recent thread asking for opinions on a do it all urban singlespeed bike. The purpose of this build is to have something I can ride anywhere, anytime: sidewalks, parks, light trails, commuting, wheelies, store runs, etc....just a fun bike to ride when I don't want to get out the "serious" bikes. Sooooooooo......here's what I've got:

    On-One Inbred Swap-Out Frame White 18"
    On-One CroMo 26er MTB Fork - Disc - White
    On-One 6061T6 Forged Alloy Seatclamp Bolt Up - 29.8mm
    On-One Twelfty Sport MTB Seatpost- Black - black - 27.2mm
    On-One Singlespeed Converter Kit with 16t Sprocket
    Shimano Deore Disc/Rhyno Lite Wheelset 32 Hole, Black Rims
    Maxxis Welter Weight Presta Valve Tube 26" X 1.9-2.125", Presta, Butyl Rubber
    Easton Vice Am Stem '08 100mm, 6 Deg, 31.8 Clamp
    Avid Speed Dial 7 Levers Gray
    Avid BB7 Mechanical Disc Brake '10 160mm G2
    Truvativ Stylo T20 Flatbar Blast Black, 600, 5 Degree
    Shimano Steel MTB Cable & Housing Kit Black
    Maxxis Hookworm Tire Black, 26X2.1
    Halo Hex Key Skewers
    Race Face Evolve SS Crankset, 175 mm, 34t
    Lizard Skins Charger Grips white
    SRAM PC1 Chain
    Cane Creek S10 Headset
    Fizik Arione Saddle
    something or other magnesium flat pedals I had laying around

    I think that covers it....so on to the build! I don't have all the parts yet so bear with me, I'll update as it progresses. See the pics below.
  • 03-22-2012
    asdasd
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    More pics!!!!

    So where's the frame!!! lol.. Should be here tomorrow along with most of the other goods. Crankset I'll have to wait until next week for, bummer dudes! I'm gonna build it up tomorrow though sans crankset and be ready when she gets here. :arf:

    By the way, the tires are soooo heavy, haha. Should be fun to ride, but man I think they weigh more than the wheels!
  • 03-22-2012
    fryed_1
    I'm building a on-one as we speak... Love it so far.
  • 03-22-2012
    Kalamath
    Cool thread man. Looking forward to seeing more. I just built up a new SS so I may convert my SS Inbred to a 1x8. They are solid bikes for sure.
  • 03-22-2012
    byknuts
    looks like a perfectly average, nearly unremarkable build kit.
    know what's awesome about those?
    they always build into awesome fukking bikes that LAST FOR YEARS!!

    blue collar builds that're ridden hard and put away wet FTW :thumbsup:

    oh, if you haven't got the tires yet- check out on one's deals on schwalbe supermotos.
    pretty supple tires, I'm digging them!
  • 03-23-2012
    asdasd
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    Got a saweet delivery today. Now all I'm waiting on is the cranks. I got some fsa gravity cranks here as well. I could ditch the granny ring and run these, but they're only 170s. Might throw them on later if I decide to go 2x9 or something, but for now I think I will wait for the RF cranks. Need the cranks to get my position dialed in, then I will cut the fork. See the pics below!

    By the way, see the pic of my makeshift headset press. Would not recommend this LOL. The bottom cup was going in crooked, and I was getting a little nervous. Took some finesse to know where the bolt needs to be placed to get it in straight. There was some slop in the design (really?) and I had to stop and reposition the bolt a few times and just worked it in. Regardless, it's in!
  • 03-23-2012
    asdasd
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    Mmm mmm good
  • 03-23-2012
    ncruz408
    Cant wait to see this build =) GL
  • 03-24-2012
    fryed_1
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by asdasd View Post
    By the way, see the pic of my makeshift headset press. Would not recommend this LOL.

    Sorry dude but that's hi-tech in my world. I have the ghetto headset press market cornered...

    https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net...01797095_n.jpg
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  • 03-24-2012
    fishcreek
    that is one strong star nut!
  • 03-24-2012
    fryed_1
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by fishcreek View Post
    that is one strong star nut!

    I have some of the reusable hope inserts. Those things are awesome!
  • 03-24-2012
    asdasd
    Hahaha, I like that headset press. As long as it gets the cups in there, who cares how you did it! It's gonna be a few more days now, the BB7's don't fit with 160mm rotors, DOH. Should have researched that before I ordered them. So they're going back and I have some 185's on the way. That should push the rear caliper up into the triangle enough to keep the pinch bolt from hitting the seatstay. Crank and bolt on skewers should be here Tuesday, I think the new brakes should be here then as well, at least I hope! I want to ride this thing!!!
  • 03-24-2012
    jetboy23
    Why doesn't the 160 rotor fit the rear again? I have never seen any info from on-one stating clearance issues. 160 is pretty common for a rotor size.
  • 03-24-2012
    asdasd
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    Here's an artist's rendering of what is going on. The pinch bolt hits the seatstay unless its all the way forward in the sliders for the bolts. Then you have no adjustability with it. With the larger rotor, the caliper sits farther up and to the right, inside the triangle and doesn't interfere with the frame.
  • 03-24-2012
    asdasd
    Here's the official word from on-one, scroll down and read right above the picture of the pink bike.

    New inbred frames out now | Products | News - On One Bikes - NEW AGE FUN with a VINTAGE FEEL
  • 03-24-2012
    jetboy23
    Thnx asdasd. I was looking into a carbon 456 with swapouts for SS and would probably have run into the same issue. This is really good info to be aware of.
  • 03-24-2012
    fryed_1
    Yes I can confer that one. Was thinking when I was installing my 180's that anything smaller would have issues. As it was it was difficult to tighten both top-post bolts with my multitool without banging it against the tubes.
  • 03-24-2012
    Mr Pink57
    Had same issue on old style inbred. I just put a piece of electric tape back there to stop it from hitting the frame, the pinch bolt will also hit the frame with a 160. Use hydros now so all this is not a problem anymore.
  • 03-25-2012
    asdasd
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    Trued and tensioned the wheels; looking good so far.........
  • 03-27-2012
    fishcreek
    why didn't go with 2.5 hookworms? looking good, regardless.
  • 03-27-2012
    asdasd
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    Almost there
  • 03-27-2012
    asdasd
    I got the 2.1s since this will mostly see road use. They're bigger than they look in the pictures, should work great.
  • 03-27-2012
    Igoreha
    What's the gear?
  • 03-28-2012
    asdasd
    34x16
  • 03-28-2012
    sasquatch rides a SS
    nice build :thumbsup: subscribed