Dimension Adjustable Stem

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The Dimension Adjustable Stem comes in 25.4mm, 26.0mm and 31.8mm bar clamps and can be setTo any angle between 70 and 130 degrees. Can be setTo any angle between 70 and 130 degrees 3-D forged 6061-T6 aluminum Weight(claimed): 236 grams Bar Clamp Diameter: 25.4 mm Stem Angle: 70-130 deg Comes in 25.4mm, 26.0mm and 31.8mm bar clamps

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