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Nitto Dynamic Stem

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Nitto Dynamic Stems are cold forged and fit 26.0mm and 25.4mm handlebars. * Cold forged * 1"Threaded steererTube * 26.0mm stems will fit 26.0 handlebars and 25.4mm handlebars with shim * Quill Insertion Diameter: 25.4mm for 1 1/8" stems and 22.2 for 1" stems * 46mm range from minimum insertionTo max insertion; 73mm from minimum insertionToTop of quill * Weight: 300.0 g approx.

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