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Felt Mountain Stem

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MSRP : $24.98


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The Felt Mountain Stem is constructed of 6061 3D forged aluminum keeping it light and durable. Ready for some XC action, the Felt Mountain Stem features +/- 7 degrees rise, 31.8mm bar clamp, and is available in 2 different graphic color schemes.

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