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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 7:32 pm 
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On-One alloy stem for 31.8 bars, bought to replace the one on my Cannondale but never got around to fitting it.

Can't remember exactly the rise or length but 80mm X 35 degrees comes to mind, never fitted so as new.

£10 posted in the UK


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What stack height is this stem please?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:58 am 
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Measured from top to bottom = 50mm
Hope that helps
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Ive tried to measure the rise on my computer screen
and it looks closer to 45 degrees :?

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On-One do a 40 and then a 35 degree and so on and so on .................

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Yeah! On-One do quite a selection, I bought it because i have an On-One Inbred and really liked the stem, the Cannondale was far too stretched for my liking, just never got round to fitting it, just got used to the Cannondale.
I must admit they are very light but very strong, you can see a review at Bikeradar.


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Dropped price to £10 posted in the UK

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KenG wrote:
Measured from top to bottom = 50mm
Hope that helps
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I've a feeling I only have 40mm but will check in the morning - too dark and cold to go out to garage right now!


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still for sale now a couple of quid cheaper.

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Bump

Now £8 posted in the UK


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