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Azonic Aggro Stem

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Product Description

Designed for the most abusive Freeriders on the planet! Machined from a solid block of Aluminum. Six bold face plate keeps bars in place under the hardest landings.

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Slyp Dawg a Weekend Warrior from Richmond, Virginia

Date Reviewed: February 19, 2008

Strengths:    oddly enough, makes my XC geometry bike feel a heck of a lot better on the trails, compared to the stock 90mm GT forged aluminum piece. looks to be a major beefcakes as far as withstanding damage from hard landings. looks real nice. six bolts on the bar clamp area

Weaknesses:    the metal Azonic uses, well, I tightened one side a bit further than I should have before I put the screws on the other side (top-to-bottom) and when I tightened those, the middle screw on the top pulled some threading out of the hole. if at all possible, find longer screws for the bar clamp area! and don't torque down on them as much as you usually do. just get them a little more than snug, and use a little bit of anti-seize grease or a bit of blue loctite.

Bottom Line:   
worth the money paid for it, but the metal leaves a little bit to be desired, at least where the bar clamp screws thread into the main part of the stem. even effectively missing one screw, it will easily hold the bars on and in place. with longer hardware for the bar clamp area (like, maybe 4mm or 5mm longer), it'll really shine. 5 flaming chilis for value because it cost so little for the overall beefy part you get, 4 chilis overall because of the bit with the screws for the bar clamp area.

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Favorite Trail:   anything ridable

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $36.00

Purchased At:   JensonUSA

Similar Products Used:   stock 90mm GT forged aluminum piece

Bike Setup:   2006 GT I-Drive 4 5.0, FSA bash guard, SRAM chain, Ritchey WCS Riser bars, everything else stock

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