SOLD: On One 456 Steel Frame $35

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SOLD: On One 456 Steel Frame $35

Postby Paul T » January 12th, 2019, 11:44 am

Blue 2011 On One 456 frame.
20" seat tube C-T (not sure whether On One call this Large or XL).
Custom butted 4130 chromoly steel tubing.
26" wheel with quick release dropouts.
Designed for a 4", 5" or 6" travel front fork (~67.5° head angle with 5" fork).
68mm threaded bottom bracket shell.
Rack mounts
Clearance for 2.5" tires.

The frame is in good overall condition. Everything is straight and there are no dents or cracks. There's minimal visible corrosion on the inside of the tubes. There are several minor scratches and scrapes from cable rub, chain suck etc. and some cosmetic corrosion around the braze-on cable guides. I've tried to capture all these blemishes in the attached photos.

The 456 was one of the original do everything hardcore hardtails. It's not light but it is tough, and fun! This frame has had a pretty easy life on dry South East Michigan trails only. I've done about 1000 miles in total on it.

$35 or best offer.
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Re: FS: On One 456 Steel Frame $40

Postby Paul T » January 25th, 2019, 4:39 pm

Weekend bump and price reduction.
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Re: FS: On One 456 Steel Frame $35

Postby Paul T » February 8th, 2019, 8:50 pm

Bump!
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Re: FS: On One 456 Steel Frame $35

Postby kyle_vk » February 9th, 2019, 12:17 pm

Speaking as a fellow 456 owner, someone should really buy this and build it up. The playful geometry really livens up our local trails, i love mine!
On One 456 Evo II
616 Fabrications Muenzie
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Re: FS: On One 456 Steel Frame $35

Postby Paul T » February 9th, 2019, 4:16 pm

Thanks for the endorsement kyle_vk. I had lots of fun on my 456 but after 7 years I fancied something new. Tried plus tires and loved it. I haven't got time or space for 2 bikes so the 456 has to go.
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