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Old 05-06-09, 11:37 PM   #1
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Ti riser bar

35mm Rise - 710mm - 31.8 Clamp
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Nuke Prf Warhead Ti Riser Bars
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What are you trying to say here?
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Fascinating shape. Reminds me of Redline Forklifters.
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I was more impressed on how you managed to make the thumbs-up smiley into a thumbs-down smiley, than the bars.

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Those look sweet. Are the sections sticking down near the clamp area sealed?

Must be a old one, right? Their site only shows a alum bar
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Fascinating shape. Reminds me of Redline Forklifters.
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+ If it were a reasonable price <$100 I'd jump all over it...it's different and PIMP...at that price, should be diamond-studded.

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Those look sweet. Are the sections sticking down near the clamp area sealed?

Must be a old one, right? Their site only shows a alum bar
Yes, sealed.



It's not from the "nuke proof" site. Keep digging.

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^^ thanks..

I'm not a fan of ti frames, but I do love ti bits.

Of topic, kinda: I'm looking for flat ti bars. I found a old titec bar at the shop, but is way to narrow. Any suggestions?
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Reminds me of the:
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Way spendier (by nearly $200) than, not as wide as, and higher rise than my Sunline bars at a whopping less than 100gms weight difference.

I'll pass.

Aesthetically fugly to me as well, but to each their own.
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That kore to the left i sweet.
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Nice Kore; loved the 'bulge' look. Redline made a 4" rise Forklifter too. Found an NOS red set in the LBS a few years ago and was really looking for an excuse to put a 4" riser bar on my MTB at the time .
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