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Old 08-20-04, 08:50 PM   #1
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raise handlebars/giant boulder

hi gang, how i can raise the handlebars in my boulder giant. thank you.
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You will need to change the stem if it is a newer boulder.
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Bear in mind getting a higher rise stem usually entails lengthening the cable housing + new cables to compensate for the extra height. So figure its gonna be $$$$ when its all said and done.
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