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Old 06-11-12, 05:17 PM   #1
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Alright My New Handlebars Trek 7100.

Alright, well I just got my new handlebars put on and figured I would start the thread with thanks to all those who helped me figure out what I needed. I decided on a 1 1/8" Threaded to threadless adapter. Followed that up with a Eastons 25.4 120MM 6degree stem. That I bought on sale for $4.99. I matched that with the Eastons flat bar 580MM 3 degree EA50 bar. I also got the handle bars on sale and grabbed them for $26.99. So shipped and everything it cost me $59.00 shipped to the house. Bought the steam adapter on amazon and the other parts on JensonUSA. I have to say its a huge jump from the original crappy trek bars. I'm not sure how I'll like it until I actually put a few miles on it. I think it makes the bike look substantially better. Let me know what you think!










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Old 06-11-12, 05:20 PM   #2
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I like that look!
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Yea I think it looks great, still need new seat post, pedales and shifters next.
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Ill get some outside pictures tomorrow these kinda suck.
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