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Old 11-29-11, 06:15 AM   #1
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what is this stem set-up

taking a look at the stem on my new folder, this is what i see. it appears to be a simple quill stem right? i have to get out the calipers and measure the diameter tonight. i wonder if it would be possible to use a standard threadless stem clamped to the riser steerer? i guess that will depend on the diameter.

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Old 11-29-11, 07:35 AM   #2
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Thanks for that. Actually it was the folding clamp section I wanted a closer look at(!). . . any chance of another pic?
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Thanks for that. Actually it was the folding clamp section I wanted a closer look at(!). . . any chance of another pic?
no problem, have iPhone, will photograph! i'll snap one tonight.

regardless, anyone know more about this stem set-up?
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i guess that will depend on the diameter.
and for that you have to measure things, no app substitute for that.
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