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Old 10-18-09, 08:00 PM   #1
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2010 Kilo TT stem and handlebar size

Does anyone know the measurements of the stock 2010 Kilo TT stem and handlebars?

Length and diameter of the stem?

If I want to replace the handlebars with bullhorns do I purchase 25.4 or 26.0?

Thanks very much!


Btw, I run a front brake with 23s and it's looks like there isn't even enough clearance for 25s...any experience with this?
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Old 10-18-09, 08:28 PM   #2
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its 25.4 and im pretty sure the stock one is 120mm.

PS-dont bump your own thread, this isn't a FS/T forum
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from the stripper spec page:

Handlebar Butted 6061 Aluminum Classic Bend
Stem Forged Aluminum, 8 degree, Removable 26.0 Clamp, Silver Finish, Threadless 1"


this is from the stripper spec page though. regular on says this:

Handlebar Butted 6061 Aluminum Road (Standard clamp, not oversized)
Stem Forged Aluminum, O degree, Removable Clamp, Silver Finish, Threadless 1"


why would they be different? isn't 26 road "standard" size? i haven't calipered mine yet, so i can't confirm. odd that they don't list it the same, though.
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its 25.4 and im pretty sure the stock one is 120mm.
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from the stripper spec page:

Handlebar Butted 6061 Aluminum Classic Bend
Stem Forged Aluminum, 8 degree, Removable 26.0 Clamp, Silver Finish, Threadless 1"


this is from the stripper spec page though. regular on says this:

Handlebar Butted 6061 Aluminum Road (Standard clamp, not oversized)
Stem Forged Aluminum, O degree, Removable Clamp, Silver Finish, Threadless 1"


why would they be different? isn't 26 road "standard" size? i haven't calipered mine yet, so i can't confirm. odd that they don't list it the same, though.

Ok, so do I buy 25.4 or 26.0 handlebars???
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i'll caliper mine (2010 stripper tt) when i get home today.

it is entirely possible, however weird, that they chose a different stem/bar combo for the differing packages.


wait a few and i'll repost my caliper reading when i get home.
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The Stripper comes with a 26mm Bar. You can put either a 26mm or 25.4 bar on this stem with no problems. I put a 25.5 riser on mine and in 130 miles no slips
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^ agreed, 26.0 it is on my stripper. i think i read somewhere, prolly sheldon's site, that 26 is the road standard, and 25.4 was the older road size.

it's all good. hope we helped.
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dang it, i'm looking at the Cinelli ANT stem. it says it's 31.8 bar clamp, so i'm pretty sure that's too big for the stock bar, correct? Any other suggests for a (shorter than stock) stem for the kilo?
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dang it, i'm looking at the Cinelli ANT stem. it says it's 31.8 bar clamp, so i'm pretty sure that's too big for the stock bar, correct? Any other suggests for a (shorter than stock) stem for the kilo?
Yes 31.8mm is bigger than 26mm, grats
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get bar spacers then tada
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