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    Please show us your Ti 29er SS. Thanks

    I am cooking up a titanium 29er single speed project, and need some ideas. So please show them.

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    Here's my Quiring. More info here: Just another Quiring

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidcarbon
    I am cooking up a titanium 29er single speed project, and need some ideas. So please show them.

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    Nice where did you get that XTR crank? Did it come like that or you just modified it from the original tripple crank? Can I see more the cockpit?

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    Another Scott Quiring Ti 29er in SS form:



    Same crank setup as Grump, it's a Boone "bash ring" bolted up where the big ring used to live.
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    I love them crank. Can you guys tell me how to get it?

    Please keep them Ti 29er SS coming

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    Here is mine, crappy pic, but you get the point.
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    Did someone say crappy pic?

    Here's my unfinished Jones.


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    Here's mine........
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    It's like 1992 all over again!

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    Come on man, we need more info and a ride report ASAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uno-speedo
    Did someone say crappy pic?

    Here's my unfinished Jones.

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    are those ti fork? Who make them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyOne
    Come on man, we need more info and a ride report ASAP.
    I built it this morning before work and discovered my (used) front brake cable is too short

    More later.

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    DANG !!!!

    And I had just convinced myself that I didn't need a new bike next year. Well, that is ruined. How long did you have to wait for that Quiring with the flames? MAN is that thing sweet.

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    I can't find my glamour shots anywhere.
    Here's my Thylacine.


    For real.


    Found one glamour shot. Boy do I suck at taking pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azjonboy
    Here's mine........
    Bars!?

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    Custom from James at Black Sheep. They're an adaptation of his Mountain Mustache. Very comfy and work surprisingly well in the tech stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CB2
    It's like 1992 all over again!
    HA! You beat me to it, and I was going to say the same year too. I am proud to say that the ONLY purple anodized part I EVER had was some bullseye pully wheels which I got out of desperation on my Serotta hard tail back when it was geared.

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    Less finished than yours...


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    Quote Originally Posted by martin_uk
    Less finished than yours...
    Very nice Martin. Get it built!!

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    quote=teamdicky]
    Found one glamour shot. Boy do I suck at taking pics.
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    You still running that Boone cog, or is it now swapped out?

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    show us your Ti 29er SS
    I believe that the correct spelling is TitSS
    Also, the streets are full of horizontal dropouts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rensho
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    Found one glamour shot. Boy do I suck at taking pics.
    You still running that Boone cog, or is it now swapped out?[/QUOTE]

    All Boone cogs were liquidated.
    Sticking with PC-1's (I just bought a case) and Chris King steel cogs.
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    Here's my Lynskey from today.


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    Quote Originally Posted by slowridemo
    Here's my Lynskey from today.
    Nice bike, nice setting. Here's a photo of my Black Sheep -- I couldn't bring myself to stop in the howling wind to snap a photo out in the wild, so resorted to the fashion shot in the wind-protected backyard...
    (p.s. - the unique thing about this bike is it was built to be a single speed and to use the WI ENO eccentric rear hub. It was also built to handle a narrow Q-factor road crank, my body dimensions, and particular handling needs).
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeT
    (p.s. - the unique thing about this bike is it was built to be a single speed and to use the WI ENO eccentric rear hub. It was also built to handle a narrow Q-factor road crank, my body dimensions, and particular handling needs).
    The bike looks sleek, fast and minimilist. I have to ask though, why did you design a bike around the eno hub? Didn't want the change in wheelbase that comes with track ends? Ebb would have messed with your pedaling stroke? I must say the ability to run road cranks is pretty cool. What kind of tire clearance does it leave you with?

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    and are you ruynning a kenda small block in the back
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowridemo
    ... why did you design a bike around the eno hub? ...
    Narrow Q-factor cranks (i.e. - road cranks) have a 47 mm chainline using the outside chainring position -- that matches the WI ENO hub chainline. Other reasons include already having a couple of ENO freewheels in hand, the symmetrical spacing of the ENO hub leads to a really strong build, the hub itself is as high-quality as one could ever want (spins so smooth!), and the idea that I could have a simple SS frame with no moving parts AND vertical dropouts was just too tempting. I've had a less than desirable experience with an EBB -- either have slipping and creaking or tighten it down to prevent that and bind the bearings of the bb spindle. While never owning or riding a bike with sliding dropouts, I was concerned about the potential for increased flex and complexity they added. Horizontal/track dropouts might well have worked, but since the ENO eccentric hub words so well (I tried it out before having the frame built), I was able to get Breezer-style dropouts to further stiffen up the drivetrain. The frame is straight-gauge Ti and the rear triangle/BB area was built to be stout -- and on the few ice free patches of road and trail where I could try it out, the bike is just a rocket when it comes to acceleration. And the Kenda Small Block 8 tracks in powder and on crust as well as anything. There's not a ton of clearance for big tires in the rear, but I'm not needing a really big tire on the rear -- the current crop of 2.1 -- 2.2 tires will fit both the frame and my needs.
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    Pics I've collected.

    1. Motoman771's Jones
    2. Motoman771 on his jones
    3. Drevil's Matt Chester
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeT
    Narrow Q-factor cranks (i.e. - road cranks) have a 47 mm chainline using the outside chainring position...
    Very well thought out. Wasn't sure if the cranks would inhibit tire clearance. Thanks for the response.

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    My happy Sheep... wish my trails were still this clear. ::sigh::

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    Old pics...

    and an old school build.
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    darn, so many nice bikes

    Keep them coming.

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    My Thylacine. I'll get better pics soon.

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    My Blacksheep

    Sorry its an ugly "garage" photo, Im hoping to get one of those portable indestructable wrist cameras (go pro 3) for christmas so I can take some proper shots of it out on the trails. For now this will have to do
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    nice sheep, what kind of fork is that? Does it function similar to Jones's?

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    Another Sheep....
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    Kinda

    Quote Originally Posted by rapidcarbon
    nice sheep, what kind of fork is that? Does it function similar to Jones's?
    but not really. My fork is a strutt fork, a jones fork is a truss fork. The strutt is connected at the bottom with some screws. It gives a bit more stiffness to te fork, but is not re-enforced like a jones fork with a ti triangle. In other words, a truss fork is considerably stronger and stiffer than a strutt fork.

    pic 1- my fork a strutt fork
    pic 2- a jones fork a truss fork with re enforced triangle for strength and stiffness.

    I like the strutt's because i like a little flexibility and no brike dive which is what this design accomplishes. If you want to huck off 10 foot drops with a rigid fork then a truss is the way to go. Nothings stronger...pic 3
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    Just want to add some more to the collection (these bikes are from DC area)

    my very own DeSalvo


    JoeP's DeSalvo




    RickD's and Jason's new Jones

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidcarbon

    RickD's and Jason's new Jones
    jesus h christ what tire does he have on the front of that jones?? Looks like he can ride across the top of the water with that thing!!!

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    Surly Endomorph 3.7. Its about the same diameter as a 29er tire, so it works (apparently, I've never ridden one)

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    Well, since someone resurrected this thread, I will add some pictures of my new Sheep. Details are here: http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=443737
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    My Stellar with Faith fork.....
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    nice, lots of sheeps in here now keep it coming guys

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    Here is my Titus. Bikeny, that is the coolest sheep I've seen. I really like the frame. I have one of those Ti flattracker bars, but the sweep didn't agree with me. I like the jones sweep, or a regular riser.

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    Anyone got KISH or MOOT ss 29er?

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    Ok...I'll throw mine in...just finished the build on this one last week...

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    Been beating on this for a while now....
    Dean Colonel 29er w/ WI ENO SS hub, Salsa fork, blah, blah....rides great

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOF
    Been beating on this for a while now....
    Dean Colonel 29er w/ WI ENO SS hub, Salsa fork, blah, blah....rides great

    -Dan
    Dude, you're going so fast your arm's on fire!

    Sweet bike. What's the green above the seat stays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robcycle
    Dude, you're going so fast your arm's on fire!

    Sweet bike. What's the green above the seat stays?

    -Rob.
    I've heard that before, hence AOF .

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSW42
    Ok...I'll throw mine in...just finished the build on this one last week...

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    the discs are mounted wrong. they should rotate in the opposite direction as the signs on them show.

    /sorry for my poor english, i hope you get what i mean./

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kisherceg
    the discs are mounted wrong. they should rotate in the opposite direction as the signs on them show.

    /sorry for my poor english, i hope you get what i mean./
    Yup, it should look like this one, good eye!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kisherceg
    the discs are mounted wrong. they should rotate in the opposite direction as the signs on them show.

    /sorry for my poor english, i hope you get what i mean./


    I've never been one to conform.


    Let me guess, an asteroid is heading my way cuz I mounted them that way?


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    Quote Originally Posted by RSW42
    I've never been one to conform.
    Let me guess, an asteroid is heading my way cuz I mounted them that way?
    it is called design, for a reason. structurally, it will be stronger if mounted the way it should be. exact same reason when lacing spokes on your wheels. non-conformity by choice? wear a helmet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishcreek
    it is called design, for a reason. structurally, it will be stronger if mounted the way it should be. exact same reason when lacing spokes on your wheels. non-conformity by choice? wear a helmet.
    Right, but spokes work with tension. The brake rotors are angled tangentally forward, which has them working in compression. I have wondered this too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robcycle
    Right, but spokes work with tension. The brake rotors are angled tangentally forward, which has them working in compression. I have wondered this too.

    -Rob.
    same reason why you don't mount boone cogs backwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishcreek
    same reason why you don't mount boone cogs backwards.
    Right, but do we need to build the biggest know super-computer, a biologically based planet called earth to find out that the answer is 42, or can you tell me what that reason is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSW42
    I've never been one to conform.


    Let me guess, an asteroid is heading my way cuz I mounted them that way?


    i absolutely don't care what you do with your ride. i think if there is a rotating direction recommended by the manufacturer of the brake, it should be used that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishcreek
    it is called design, for a reason. structurally, it will be stronger if mounted the way it should be. exact same reason when lacing spokes on your wheels. non-conformity by choice? wear a helmet.

    Holy Cow...attack...kill...destroy...


    Strange, when I called them, the folks @ Magura said: "it really doesn't matter which way you put them, no human or amount of rider-generated force could create a palpable difference"


    Have a great day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RSW42
    Holy Cow...attack...kill...destroy...


    Strange, when I called them, the folks @ Magura said: "it really doesn't matter which way you put them, no human or amount of rider-generated force could create a palpable difference"


    Have a great day.


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    You had to call Magura to get your rotor mounted ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcusSommers
    You had to call Magura to get your rotor mounted ?

    Nice...

    No, I called them to see if it was cool to do so, and they said yes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RSW42
    Strange, when I called them, the folks @ Magura said: "it really doesn't matter which way you put them, no human or amount of rider-generated force could create a palpable difference"
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    that would be Frankie, the housekeeper, answering random calls again. "Palpable Frank" as known by the ladies, he loves that word.
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    the THEORY (probably confirmed by stress testing) is that the direction of the arms of the rotor would help resist the "wind-up" effect of the outside surface of the rotor not moving while the wheel keeps trying to rotate the hub under braking forces.
    same with all rotors that "sweep" forward instead of backwards which looks infinitely cooler.

    like the chain trying to rotate the outside of a boone cog while the hub wants to remain static until momentum kicks in.

    again... a stress testing computer may say it'll make a difference but who knows if anyone can feel it?
    (FYI: I mount mine however the manual says, studied with FEA programs, trust them...)

    issue put to rest now!?
    goody...
    ti ss'ers please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by byknuts
    issue put to rest now!?
    goody...
    ti ss'ers please!
    This one belongs to thegood, another DeSalvo 29er, rigid ss



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    Been ridin' this one for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RSW42
    Nice...

    No, I called them to see if it was cool to do so, and they said yes.


    Sorry, I was just kidding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kisherceg
    i absolutely don't care what you do with your ride. i think if there is a rotating direction recommended by the manufacturer of the brake, it should be used that way.

    One...mo'...time....


    Originally Posted by RSW42
    Nice...

    No, I called them to see if it was cool to do so, and they said yes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by timbercomp






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    dean colonel / sorry, wrong wheel size...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenacious m

    NICE Colonel...

    As for wheel size: If you are diggin' it...it's the right wheel size!




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    Thanks, I was so amazed how the bike turned out and it cannot go anywhere without tons of people rubbing it to make sure the "decals" are really there
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    Vassago Optimus Ti

    I guess since everyone else is posting their good looking beauties, I thought I should take my chance to throw my good looking girl in the mix. Here is some pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidcarbon
    I am cooking up a titanium 29er single speed project, and need some ideas. So please show them.

    Thanks
    Just finished building my new Ragley TD:1 ... Ti Twentyniner SS (TITSS !)

    Here are a couple pics
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Please show us your Ti 29er SS. Thanks-right-side.jpg  

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    Please show us your Ti 29er SS. Thanks-right-rear-three-quarter.jpg  


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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidcarbon
    This is how Jones frames are made in the wild.
    Mr. Krabs: Is it true, Squidward? Is it hilarious?

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