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My 20.9 Pound Fisher X-Caliber

Here it is. I have a Single Speed 34T Rotor Q Ring getting installed on Wednesday and thats pretty much it for now. I might have a Niner Air 9 Carbon coming soon (if my better half lets me spend the money) so when that arrives I will have a new build thread going. Hope you guys like it.

Frame: 09 Gary Fisher X-Caliber (medium)
Fork: Cannondale Carbon Lefty SL/DLR OPI 29er 80mm, Project 321 adapter
Rims: Stans Arch 29er (black)
Ft Hub: Cannondale SI Lefty Hub (white)
Rr Hub: DT Swiss 240s with Ceramic Bearings (white)
Spokes: DT Swiss Aerolite (black)
Tires: Specialized Renegade 29x1.95 (tubeless)
Crankarms: Shimano XTR M970 175mm
Bottom Bracket: XTR
Chainring: E-Thirteen 32T
Chainguide: E-Thirteen BB mount (white)
Chainring Bolts: KCNC SS Bolts (red)
Rear Derailleur: Sram XX Midcage
Cassette: Sram XX 11-32T
Shifter: Sram XX Rear only
Chain: KMC X10SL Gold (TI Nitrate coating)
Brakes: Magura Marta SL Red with Carbon Levers
Rotors: Magura 160mm Ft and Rr
Headset: Chris King Inset (red)
Stem: Bontrager RXL 90mm -7 degrees (white)
Handlebars: FSA XC180 (white)
Grips: ESI Racers Edge
Seatpost: Bontrager RXL ACC (Aluminum/Carbon)
Saddle: Fizik Tundra
Clamp: Salsa Lip Lock (red)
Pedals: Crank Bros with Ti Spindles
Housing: Alligator ilink (red)
 

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saltyman said:
nice one.

i have the same crank and was thinking of going to a single ring, did you just buy the ring and bolts to go with it, or are they the standard fit bolts?
Thanks! I bought everything separately. Crankarms, Bottom Bracket, Ring and Bolts. Make sure if you do switch and you are not using a bash guard to use single speed bolts. You might be able to get away with standard ones but I never tried.
 

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ckropp said:
How is the handling with the lefty? Is it tuned to be like the G2 geometry?
I prefer the handling with the Lefty over the Fox G2 fork any day. It's stiffer, tracks better and I just really like the way the bike rides and handles with the Lefty. I would recommend this "fork" to anyone considering one.
 
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