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    Thank you S-worker,
    QR9 means 9mm diameter ?
    and rear is QR10?

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    My 2013 15.5 S-WORKS stumpjumper HT building thread

    Don't know but there is only one quick release standard.

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    wheels can be build with 15mm or 9mm thru axle. I understand that I need QR9.
    My 2013 15.5 S-WORKS stumpjumper HT building thread-qr9_vs_qr15_1_1.jpg

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    Yes, QR9 with length of 100 mm front and QR10 with length of 135 mm rear.

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    Which color and size have you bought? Weight of frame and fork?

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    Are you sure you installed the Shimano spacer?

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    I just ordered. I don't have it yet.
    It will be white and small size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfigas View Post
    I just ordered. I don't have it yet.
    It will be white and small size.
    Same like me. My frameset together with Roval SL and S-Works Carbon cranks is lying at my LBS already until i will pick it up after my business trip. I also bought a white frame, size S. Then we will be able to have a competition for the lightest one Please post weight and pics as soon as possible.

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    I think you already won. My budget is to small for Roval wheels and S-works crank
    I'm going to american classic wheels, xx crankset and xtr components
    We will see...

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    Next confusion
    Should I order crankset with 156 or 164mm q-factor??
    To many questions...

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    No, i was talking about frame and fork weight. All other specs are always depending on how much money you want to spend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfigas View Post
    Next confusion
    Should I order crankset with 156 or 164mm q-factor??
    To many questions...
    S-works Cranks have a q-factor of 164. So Q156 is to narrow. Just take the wider one.

    When will your frameset be delivered (and put on a weight scale!) ? Mine at 8th of april.

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    Thank you. The store promise me 5 working days.. But I don't believe them
    I have to buy weight scale first

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    Maybe they have a scale at your shop??
    Here are 2 good deals, i would take the 2nd one because of its bigger measuring range:
    Amazon.com: American Weigh SC-2KG Digital Pocket Scale: Kitchen & Dining
    Amazon.com: New 11LB 5kg/5000 x 0.1oz Or 1g Digital Kitchen Food Diet Weight Postal Scale: Electronics

    By the way - the shop should be able to see in their B2B software the exact delivery date - so i think in 5 days your new bike will be available. Why not?
    Last edited by S-Worker; 03-13-2013 at 03:00 AM.

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    They are not so reliable for me.. They don't even know what size of crank should I use.
    By the way, bottom bracket is 73mm?

    I need to buy scale in Poland. Dispatch from US will cost few times more than this weight scale

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    Ok, here are a few interesting links for you:

    1) cheap and reliable weight scale, which i use myself:
    http://www.amazon.de/Digitalwaage-Fe...3173472&sr=8-6

    2) Bottom Bracket for the HT - it is a Sram PF30 Bottom Bracket - it must be pressed into the frame, therefore you need a special tool or just let your shop do this. On the Specialized Homepage in the Support section you can find the right manual.
    SRAM Innenlager Truvativ PF30 - Pressfit BB30 88g, 37,50

    3) Crankset Sram XX Q164 for BB30 - you must choose your favourite length and chainrings:
    SRAM XX Kurbel 2 x 10 BB30 Q-Faktor 164 mm 677g, 322,50

    4) Front derailleur Sram XX Highclamp Toppull 34.9 - you must choose the right one according to my given description
    SRAM XX Umwerfer High Clamp 118g, 82,50

    Please, for further question write me a PM. This is andrescos thread.

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    Great job! Thank you.
    I will use it.

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    it's disappointing that bike shops don't know specs or where to find specs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by S-Worker View Post
    By the way - the shop should be able to see in their B2B software the exact delivery date - so i think in 5 days your new bike will be available. Why not?
    Because it's Poland...

    they just call me that they have one week delay

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    Sorry to hear that. Mine is already at my LBS for months. So it should be available.

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    I expected that so, I'm not so sad.
    I ordered rest of parts and also I will wait untill April.
    Additional I have a lot of work so I don't have a time to think about this.

    And weather is unusual this year, we have still winter and snow...

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    Hi andresco, news from my built. Although i am still not home, my shop send me an email. They installed the bottom bracket, before they put the frame on a scale - nearly the same weight like yours. 1140 g with post clamp, so 20 g more. This is due to the white paint. Im fine with that. in exactly 2 weeks i am at the shop

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    Still without frame.. Another week of delay... disappointing case..

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    My 2013 15.5 S-WORKS stumpjumper HT building thread

    I sm on my way home. I will get my frameset on Monday, its lying at my dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S-Worker View Post
    I sm on my way home. I will get my frameset on Monday, its lying at my dealer.
    Really nice to hear from you bro!!! we are waiting for ur building!!!

    OK PLEASE help me with this issue!! I have this desease called weight weenie so I WANT TO SWAP TO XX1 but I don't know the correct q factor for my frameset!!!! I google this and shows up a message from some guy in specialized he says that they use the 166 q factor xx1 crankset are he right??

    I noticed that the xx1 crankset in a s-works frame is really wide beacuse the chainring is very separated from the chainstay I am correct??

    Guys if anybody knows the correct q-factor for my frame please help!!

    And I'm very confussed in the correct freehub for my stans crest wheelset

    thanks

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