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Old 10-03-09, 06:02 PM   #1
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do all cinelli 1a stems have a 26.4mm clamp?

I have a campione del mondo bar and 1a stem that is too long. Before I buy one on ebay, I was wondering if all 1a stems are 26.4 regardless of year.

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90 % do.. you ought to measure it. 1As do.. still better to check
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What are you lookiiig for? Lp
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90 mm or 100mm ..something that will work with my campione del monde bars. But now that old and new commented on 90%, maybe i should measure my bar to double check.
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1A's come in both 26.4 and 26.0, same with XA's. Check before you buy.

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Cinelli changed from 26.4 to 26.0 in, IIRC, 1989 or so. You have to measure, or buy from someone who has. If you're buying a new one, it'll be 26.0.
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And to be obscure, I have a set of early Cinelli alloy bars paired with a steel Cinelli stem, original, old.
No anno on the bars. 26.0 mm! Too big for my Steel Cinelli track bars.
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And to be obscure, I have a set of early Cinelli alloy bars paired with a steel Cinelli stem, original, old.
No anno on the bars. 26.0 mm! Too big for my Steel Cinelli track bars.
Interesting. I've got some old logo, but anodized, 66 bars that fit a 26.0 stem. They are deeply scratched, so I though maybe that's why it fit a 26.0. But maybe someone tried fitting a 25.4 stem on them.
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