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Old 09-25-07, 12:18 PM   #1
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nitto bar id

there are some eighties nitto bars that i cant find info on. they are road drop bars and read b 1154, i think that is all they have on them, any help would be appreciated so thanks in advance
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Photos can be helpful but Nitto do a B115, amongst plenty of others. What do you want to know about them?
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Photos can be helpful but Nitto do a B115, amongst plenty of others. What do you want to know about them?
sorry, but i dont have a camera to work with. so b115 was a line of nittos? i wanted info because i encountered none on google. their worth would be nice to know. thx
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http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&s...ar&btnG=Search doesn't work for you? There are plenty of links that include prices.
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If you are talking about the B115, it was the "standard" road bar back then. Very well made. The ramps are flat, the drop angle is shallow and the drop distance is 5.5", and there is some outward flair at the drop grips. Just like the Noodle, which is the derivative model, but with no rear sweep in the tops. Used value varies. I have a set on my Trek 520, and find them extremely comfortable.
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If you are talking about the B115, it was the "standard" road bar back then. Very well made. The ramps are flat, the drop angle is shallow and the drop distance is 5.5", and there is some outward flair at the drop grips. Just like the Noodle, which is the derivative model, but with no rear sweep in the tops. Used value varies. I have a set on my Trek 520, and find them extremely comfortable.
now THAT is what i was looking for. thank you so much for your help!
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