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Old 03-21-09, 09:04 PM   #1
mtbabruni
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Will these work?

OK. Forget my old question. Heres my new one. Ive found a nice pair of

Drop Bars
http://elitecycling.com/page.cfm?Pag...ils&sku=HB9029

Stem
http://elitecycling.com/page.cfm?Pag...ils&sku=SM4105

and

Aero bars
http://www.amazon.com/Profile-Profil...ef=pd_sbs_sg_1

Now my real question is. Will i have enough clearence to mount my mtb brake lever/ trigger shifter combo on top of the drop bars.

Thanks for the help.

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Old 03-21-09, 09:50 PM   #2
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judging from the pic no, however aero bars could work with another set of bars as long as they are 31.8, just need to have a longer clamping area, see how the bars you linked to start to slope down right after the area the stem will take up, i don't think you will have room to clamp the aero bars on. also 26.0 bars don't go on 25.4 mtn bars but that won't matter for you

Do you plan on cutting them down and running bar ends to get as close to the bullhorn/aero bar setup on TT bikes?
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