Product DescriptionRitchey Comp 4-Axis Stem Tom Ritcheys original 4-Axis stem changed stem design forever. From the stress-managing forged faceplate, bolt spacing and angled steer tube slot to the now-ubiquitous 3D net forging process, the 4-Axis is still the standard in lightweight, stiff and strong stems.Ritchey COMP - The COMP level components are designed to bring competition worthy components down to a price that everyone can handle. You wont find carbon here, but you will find the kind of performance and reliability you expect from Ritchey.Features:3D-Net Forged 6061 alloy constructionAngled steerer clamp helps prevent damage to lightweight aluminum and carbon steerer tubesStainless steel bar and steerer clamp bolts6 Degree rise and shorter length provide more fitting options1.1/8 Steerer31.8mm Clamp Diameter80-130mm Lengths AvailableBB Black FinishWeight: 160g Buy Ritchey Comp 4-Axis Stem from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World s Largest Online Bike Store.
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