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Old 06-14-21, 08:48 PM
Clark W. Griswold
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Those bars from whoever are probably an attempt at a flat bars with the bar ends integrated into the bar rather than a separate piece. Not like a aero base bar which is going to be a touch different. If you aren't doing TTs on the bike I would probably just use a drop bar or a flat bar and just leave it at that. If you really must have an aero base bar I would go for it but with quill stems it can be a bit tough to get something of quality these days so you could get a adapter but in the end an old low to mid range road bike isn't the best TT or Tri set up.
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