CX Build: Trek Crockett Disk 2018

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Rodigan
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by Rodigan

@wpccrunner - These look so classy, post a pic!

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Rodigan
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by Rodigan

Happy with the arrival of the cassette today but unfortunately all of the tyres are over the advertised weight of 365g...

I'll be fitting the best of the bunch at 378g each. My teammate doesn't know it yet, but they're paying a finders fee of 12g :D
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Today's delivery...
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The Sunrace Cassette
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Pleasingly comes in under weight at 354g
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Rodigan
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by Rodigan

Does anyone have experience selecting good inner tubes for CX?

Latex are lighter and will definitely help with the ride feel, but I don't want to puncture and I've heard they can adhere to your tyres over the course of a season. Should I stick with butyl?

spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

why not tubeless

Rodigan
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by Rodigan

The last of my parts have now arrived so I'm ready to build!
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140mm brake rotor for the rear
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Thru axle adaptors
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Final weights for the wheels/tyres.

Rodigan
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by Rodigan

The final weights for the groupset are below.
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Front brake with bleed block
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Rear brake with bleed block
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Right shifter
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Left shifter
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Bleed blocks, once removed
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Pads
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Chain

Rodigan
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by Rodigan

Finishing kit:
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Rodigan
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by Rodigan

The frame is here! Weighing in at 1.92 kilos for the frame and fork in a size 50.
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Rodigan
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by Rodigan

Rather than posting individual photos of the parts I'll just put up the table of weights for this.
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Hex
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by Hex

What happened to the final weight of this?

I'm going for a very similar build but with a 2x and some DT swiss wheels

Rodigan
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by Rodigan

Just weighed her - missing the saddle and with a garmin mount which weighs ~50g - 8.44kg. Will come out at ~8.7kg with the saddle back on but you could drop more weight with a better saddle, egg beaters and tubs. This build is perfect for me just now though.
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Hex
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by Hex

Nice!

I think I'll be hitting the 9kg Mark then with a full hydro ultegra set up.

There are some bits which I'm thinking of getting that knock a bit the weight:

Kcnc post
Sub 200g saddle
Pro one or 5000 tl tyres

You mind posting another photo of the bike standing? Curious to see the volume of those Strada Biancas on the frame!

Also, are you able to place the rear axle closest to the frame wth those tyres on?

Congrats on the build!

wpccrunner
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by wpccrunner

does anyone have crank arm to chainstay clearance issues with these frames? I have a size 58 2019 with sram force gxp crank and sram gxp press fit bottom bracket. drive side crank arm has 12-15mm chainstay clearance, non drive side has about 2mm chainstay clearance. i havent had a chance to tae some bb shell measurements but wondering if the rear triangle could be off.

im also getting a bad tick/creak while pedaling. replaced the bottomg bracket and the chainring/spider with a direct mount wolftooth and issue still there. i have yet to swap pedals to check that.

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FIJIGabe
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by FIJIGabe

Can’t say I’ve had any clearance issues, and I run a Stages NDS power meter on mine. Regarding the ticking, check the skewers (if you have a QR model) to make sure they’re tight, and check the headset bearings.


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