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Old 10-30-05, 08:53 PM   #1
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Manipulating Aero Bars

I just got some aerobars for my new Specilized Allez. However, I feel they were a bit too high. How can I lower them without lowering the bars. I was thinking there might be some way to use just the padded part. Forget about the metal bar you grab with your hand and just provide a soft place to rest my forearms. Any way to mount the pads from aerobars directly to the handlebars?
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Get these. They're pads that attach directly to your bars.
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