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FSA Gravity Direct Stem

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MSRP : $80.00


Product Description

Designed for use with the Boxxer Standard. The Gravity Direct uses a 4 bolt face plate and has an adjustable length (45-55mm). With it's two tone anodized finish, the Gravity Direct will withstand the abuse of DH riding.

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