Easton didn?t set out to make the lightest stem in the world. No, Easton set out to make the lightest stem in the world that Easton would feel good about you riding on or off road in any ?normal? circumstance. The Easton EC 90 SL carbon stem weighs just 1
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Selling a few light components most notably an brand new 2011 EC90 SL riser bar. You won't find one cheaper elsewhere.
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I'm thinking about picking up the F99 but I'm a little worried about the two-piece stem clamp... Is that enough surface area to keep the handlebar in place? I'm about 175lbs. and I only ever ride XC (no jumping or big drops) and I'm a bit worried that something may break or slip.
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I just installed my easton ec90sl flat bars into my syntace f99 stem (both new and both 25.4) and due to the 200deg clamp it has scraped a large portion of from what i can see is clear coat, but i cant tell as i dont want to remove the bars. i installed it by putting on the face plates and ... Read More »
I am looking to drop some last bit of weight on my [url="http://light-bikes.com/bikegallery/BikeListing.asp?id=474"]Litespeed[/url] (looking to go sub 16lbs.) and I figured the fork was a nice place and I could get a nicer riding fork possibly.
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