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Old 08-02-21, 06:22 PM
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Another 930 build.

Lets see if I can post a pic. My 930 build is coming along. Waiting on a few parts, should be here tomorrow. Went with AdventX 1x10! Will do a final parts list when finished. Thoughts??
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Old 08-02-21, 06:27 PM
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Looking groovy brother. Now that you can post pictures, make sure they’re of the drive side. Thata way we can appreciate this beaut in full!
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Old 08-02-21, 06:52 PM
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Before it got dark, I switched the cassette over to the new Ryde Andra 35's. 36H Shimano hubs, with Sapim SS 2.0 spokes, brass nipples. Threw on the new Conti Race Kings 26x2.2. Running cable tommorow.

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1x10 baby!

Black Ryde Andra 35's

Tranzx suspension post, Fabric Scoop, and Banjo Brothers expandable seat bag. Wild "oil slick" frame tape by Ground Keepers.
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Details on the fork please!
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So, I believe the fork is an Origin8 Chromo Lite, susp corrected. It does lift the front, slightly.
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What wheels did you use? Looking for a 10-speed capable wheel set for my Kona Lava Dome drop-bar conversion--- have an XT 1x crank, but need a wheel set that can fit a 10 speed cassette...
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Wheels are Ryde Andra 35's , Shimano 36H hubs.
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All finished up!!! Ryde Andra 35 rims, 36H Shimano hubs, stock Alivio cantis, Avid levers, Ergon grips, Ritchey Kyote bars, Race Face stem, Origin8 forks, Conti Race Kings 26x2.2 tr, Jagwire brake and shifter cables, Surly rear brake guide (no noodle!), anodized dangles, Dia Compe canti cables, TranzX seatpost, Fabric Scoop saddle, Topeak rack, Grateful Red brake light, Spok headlamp, AdventX group 1x10, Woolf Tooth 32T narrow wide, and Zipties! Whew!




Creative cable routing.

Break out those zipties!

A little finicky to adjust, but great!

The cockpit.
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red devil medic or devils in baggy pants medic?
Both! HHC 1/504 PIR, Alpha Company medic.
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Both! HHC 1/504 PIR, Alpha Company medic.


I was HHC 1/508 and A 3/505.
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So, I believe the fork is an Origin8 Chromo Lite, susp corrected. It does lift the front, slightly.
Good to know! When my 96 930 fork goes out I want to go non suspension with it.
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Nice build, I did a similar 930 build for a my son's campus cruiser, I used the Kona Project 2 fork.
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I've got two 930s, both set up differently. I love that model - most years it had the same frame as the 950 and sometimes even the 970, the only difference being the fork and (obviously) the other components. Super versatile. I did drop bars on one of them.

Nice job on yours.
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Oh crap. I was really hoping for "transient"..
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