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Old 04-05-03, 02:07 AM   #1
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Cannondale Stem

Does anybody know if you can replace the stems that come on Cannondales? I have this years F800 and it comes with the Cannondale SI stem. I want to replace it with a longer Thomson. Is it doeable?
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Old 04-05-03, 05:50 AM   #2
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If this Bike have a Headshock, you only use Cannondale Stem`s but CD offer a lot of this Stem┤s

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NO it's a lefty shock. Aren't there any Cannondale gurus out there?

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NO it's a lefty shock. Aren't there any Cannondale gurus out there?

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Cannondale doesn't make a whole lot of options for the Headshok system... kidna pisses me off because I need a shorter one with more rise. It's one of the downfalls of Headshoks :\
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Wrong Wrong Wrong! I work at a shop, and Cannondale makes a wide variety of stem. I've got a 100 mm with a 20 degree rise on my wife's bike!

Plus, Kore makes aftermarket stems for Cannondales. I think you can see a pic of one at www.cbo.com or do a google for Cambria Bicycle Outfitters!.

What length and rise are you looking for, and I'll check the shop for our inventory and send you one if you want!

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Ooops, bad link try this one: http://www.cambriabike.com/SALE/stem/index.htm

They've got two colors on closeout! Unfortunately, they're bot 120 mm and 12d rise. But at least you know they're available.

Plus, I think QBP has them, so any LBS in your area can get you one!
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The shorter the better. My top tube is a bit too long. I was unaware of all these choices... would have made my life much easier had I known!
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Hey a2psyklnut

What colors are avialable and how much are they?
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I'll check, but if you want one made by Cannondale, the choice is simple, it's BLACK or ....BLACK!

What length and rise are you interested in?

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My old one is black, and you know what they say about that.




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