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Easton EA70 Stem

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Product Description

Easton EA70 Stem is back with a new stealth graphic design and the durability and weight savings this piece is well known for. 3D Forged and anodized with a new 17 degree rise to get you dialed in perfectly.

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Easton EA70 or SunRingle Inferno25 ??

Hi friend, I'm currently running AlexRims DM20 that came stock on my Specialized Hardrock and both the hubs and rims need to be replaced. So I'm planning to buy a new wheelset and I got a big dillema... Did I get a pair of EA70 for about 360$ brand new shipped to my door or did I build up a wheelset ... Read More »

Question about Easton EA70 XCT wheelset and tallboy

I'm running a 10x135mm rear axle currently on a carbon tallboy. i'm debating getting another bike with a 12x142 rear end and would like to use this wheel on both bikes. the issue i'm having is information about this axle. whether or not it can convert to 142 or not. i keep finding mixed information. ... Read More »

Easton EA70 XC front wheel, all mountain?

so today i bent up my WTB Frequency i23 Team pretty good into a tree and think its past the point of true return. been looking for something inexpensive, ie on sale few years old, that would be a good replacement. i do a lot of XC with some decent all mountain rides in there as well, 3-4foot drops ... Read More »

Easton EA70 XCT Front Hub Conversion to 15 thru

Anyone know if it is possible and if so where to buy the parts to convert an Easton X2 front hub from 9mm QR to 15mm Thru?Read More »

Easton EA70 Carbon Riser Bar is it strong enough?

Hello everyone. I just crashed my 29er because my cheap Chinese carbon bar broke! Not good. I am looking to replace this bar with a Easton EA70 Riser Bar. I weigh 195 lbs. and ride cross country at a fast pace. Does anyone know if this is a strong bar or can give me feedback? It seems real light and ... Read More »

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