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PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:38 pm 
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After a decent condition silver flex stem, with useable 'suspension', not sure of there was a 110? MAybe 120 will work.

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What diameter?


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Doesn’t matter - I am led to believe the stem parts are interchangable between quill sizes and I have the right quill.

Saying that, 1 1/4 good nick would be super.


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Ain't no party like an S Club party
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I've got a 1" one in black, so probably not what you're after...


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I have 4 or five of these NOS that we’re a little rusty in places so I stripped them and had them blasted at work. They could be one inch or inch and eighth, not sure .if you fancy, you could spray one any colour you want. Looking for £15 each


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 12:56 am 
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They did go very short. Off-road were one of the first companies to size bikes for smaller people and women. They did 12” frames with 90mm flex-stems, although it is worth using very soft bumpers on the really short ones to get the same travel.


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I have a mint silver one, but its about 120mm IIRC. PM me if interested.


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