Singlespeed & Fixed Gear - Stem diameter clamp Question...
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05-30-09, 10:52 PM
I'm looking to get some riser bars for my mid 80's schwinn sprint, But im not sure on the clamp size I think it might be 25.4 but I'd rather be 100% sure. Thank you!
05-30-09, 11:49 PM
You can't possibly expect anyone to know what size stem you have just by saying you have a 80s schwinn sprint. More than likely it will be 25.4 but there's no way anyone can be 100% sure without as much as a picture or even better a measurement!
bring the stem with you the LBS.
05-31-09, 02:13 AM
A set of inexpensive (measuring) calipers are a great tool to have in your box. I use mine way more than I expected, but I've got a lot of bikes, and I make a lot of changes. You can measure inner dimensions (the hole in your stem), or the outer dimension of your current handlebars.
PS. I'd guess 25.4mm.
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