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    Are the YT weights accurate (Jeffsy 29er weights)?

    I'm thinking about picking up a new 29er and notice that the Jeffsy 29ers seem quite light for an AM trail bike (29.1 lb for alu, 28.4 lb for CF). Says the bikes may be +/-5% difference.

    Does anyone know the weights out of the box?

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    I'm always skeptical of manufacturer weights. Seems like every bike in that category is "30lbs" regardless of build. Some companies base their weights on a small.

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    ^ that's what I was thinking too. And I believe YT mentions that the advertised weights are the smalls

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    Large 2017 CF1 was 29.6 lbs out of the box with Chester pedals.
    More you beef it up, more it will handle like a cow....

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    My 2017 Jeffsy CF1 Med (27.5) comes in at 30.6lbs by my scale.

    That's set up tubeless with CushCores and RF Atlas pedals.

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    My Jeffsy CF Pro 27 in XL is 29 lbs with frame frame protection and heavy pedals and tubeless.
    With a different wheel set
    and tires I could bring it down to 26,5 lbs.

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    I don't trust anything but a frame weight on a digital scale... anyone have a pic? Hoping the new Jeffsy will be under 6 lbs w/ shock.

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    Maybe the small will be close to 6lb, but I doubt it will be under.
    Making shit harder than it needs to be isn't awesome, it's just...harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobiemario View Post
    Large 2017 CF1 was 29.6 lbs out of the box with Chester pedals.
    Quote Originally Posted by BunniBoi View Post
    My 2017 Jeffsy CF1 Med (27.5) comes in at 30.6lbs by my scale.

    That's set up tubeless with CushCores and RF Atlas pedals.
    I need to correct something, 29.6 was wfter swapping bar to RF NextR CF bar...

    But... Still not sure how my CF1, Large, 29r is lighter than your Medium, 27.5... Our scales must be from different planets :P
    You have Cush cores though ... I dunno
    More you beef it up, more it will handle like a cow....

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    I believe my XL CF PRO 29 is around 27.8ish esi grips, chester pedals, and tubeless Continental Mountain king 2018. The e*13 tires had to go, they wore me out, heavy and slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobiemario View Post
    I need to correct something, 29.6 was wfter swapping bar to RF NextR CF bar...

    But... Still not sure how my CF1, Large, 29r is lighter than your Medium, 27.5... Our scales must be from different planets :P
    You have Cush cores though ... I dunno
    Scales can definitely vary significantly, especially garden variety digital bathroom scales.

    And, looking again at the things I didn't think about, I have:

    mucky nuts front fender
    Magic Mary front tire
    Tubeless
    CushCore
    WTB Volt ChroMo saddle
    ODI Troy Lee lock on grips
    Crank Boots
    OneUp Bash Guide
    Fenix light mount
    RockBros bell

    Individually they don't weigh much at all, but together maybe a pound or two?

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    Honestly, I think 1 lbs difference is not noticeable. And I'd rather add few useful accessories, like mud guard etc, than try to save few grams

    Oh, and I got the WTB Volt Pro chromo saddle too. Just got it. My original one wore out, so rails were loose in saddle's plastic. and fabric was starting to wear out too.
    More you beef it up, more it will handle like a cow....

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