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Old 10-21-07, 02:35 PM   #1
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cinelli stem bolt, handlebar clamp.

well, i got lucky and found one at a bike shop, the last one they had. i need another for another stem though. does anyone know of a place online that sells them?
the front part is smooth, has wedged shape and knurls on it to keep it from spinning when you tighten the back bolt...back bolt is recessed.
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It won't be on their site but email yellowyersey.org. They may have what you need, it won't be cheap though.
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What length stem do you need? What diameter bars is it meant for 26.0 mm or 26.4 mm? What diameter fork is it for 22 mm or 22.2 mm? I have a few lying around.
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What length stem do you need? What diameter bars is it meant for 26.0 mm or 26.4 mm? What diameter fork is it for 22 mm or 22.2 mm? I have a few lying around.
22.2mm fork. 26.4 bars. 110mm. 1a or 2a is fine.
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i need some too.. for 26.4 bars.. i need two of them if anyone has them for 1a
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I found a site that carried titanium bolts for the cinelli stems. I don't have the link anymore, but I'm sure a little googling would find it for you in a few minutes.
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Old 10-23-07, 06:26 PM   #7
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i found that too.. i couldnt figure out pricing and ordering though..

and sivat.. get back to lafixed and entertain, son!
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hey are you guys talking about the bikepro website ?

they have been out of business for a long time but miraculously the site remains..
it is actually a pretty good resource for stuff.
i whish they were still around for real !
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maybe thats why i couldnt figure it out!

my dad always said.. "if it seems to good to be true, it probably is..." ..i think i heard those words while i was perusing their stems
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