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Old 05-16-07, 08:05 PM   #1
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narrow flat mountain bike handle bars?????

are there any **narrow** flat mountain bike handle bars? about 16inches to 18inches wide is about what I want
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Old 05-16-07, 09:05 PM   #2
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Sure are. As narrow as you like.



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a hacksaw makes them as narrow as ya want.
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16 inches?

make sure you have room for grips, brakes, and a stem in there. it might get cramped.

You could just attach a suicide knob to the steerertube It might be a bit twitchy and fast technical descents
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Sure are. As narrow as you like.



In retrospect, I wonder why he didn't just carry a hacksaw instead of a 2x4.
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I never could figure that out either.
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You could just attach a suicide knob to the steerertube It might be a bit twitchy and fast technical descents

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are there any **narrow** flat mountain bike handle bars? about 16inches to 18inches wide is about what I want
A cut off wheel or hacksaw can be your best freind.
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I never could figure that out either.
It's hard to whip someone's a$$ with a hacksaw.
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