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    Id this stem & handlebars


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    Looks like a generic silver quill stem and Profile Design Airwing bullhorns.

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    It's hard to tell. Bar looks like a Profile AirWing.

    [Edit] lol! See the poster above me ID'd the bar also.

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    How about this stem? And seatpost?


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    seatpost is a campagnolo aero something and the stem is a nitto something
    do you have a cannondale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaywhy View Post
    seatpost is a campagnolo aero something and the stem is a nitto something
    do you have a cannondale?
    I agree.

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    for #1 my guess is syntace stratos for the bars
    for #2 the stem is a cinelli 1a. doesn't look like a campy aero post because of the clamp...
    Quote Originally Posted by tx_what_it_do View Post
    machined are for brakes. non-machined are more for brakeless.

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    The seatpost is probably a Shimano aero and not a Campy since it doesn't have the logo. As far as I know, all Campy aeros have the logo on the aero part.

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    so thats how you carry a ulock in a cool way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bexley View Post
    The seatpost is probably a Shimano aero and not a Campy since it doesn't have the logo. As far as I know, all Campy aeros have the logo on the aero part.
    shimano seat post clamps do not look like that either
    Quote Originally Posted by tx_what_it_do View Post
    machined are for brakes. non-machined are more for brakeless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trons View Post
    for #1 my guess is syntace stratos for the bars
    for #2 the stem is a cinelli 1a. doesn't look like a campy aero post because of the clamp...
    bars are syntace stratos with some degree of drop to them. and I think also tilted down a bit.

    anyone's best guess for that stem - it could be a cheapo modern quill stem like Origin8 are now making or it could be a 3TTT or a cinellia 1a. I have my stratos bars in a 3TTT but it required using the stem's built in expander to open up the clamp area enough to get the bars in.

    my eyes aren't good enough to see or not see a campy logo on that seatpost. I have two of their aero posts and the clamp area does look different. the bolt is more hidden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brron View Post
    so thats how you carry a ulock in a cool way...
    I usually lock mine through my belt; that looks much easier. I'll try it.

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    No. This is how you carry a ulock.

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