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Question about safety of Pinarello spacers and pro stem

Old 10-12-19, 05:58 AM
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Question about safety of Pinarello spacers and pro stem

I am still testing stem length 110mm 100mm or 90mm,after I confirm one ,I will buy most stem.
but now ,this most spacers and shimano pro stem,is it okay or safe to ride to test?
shimano bike fitting data is 110mm stem for pinarello frame size 54
I am 179mm and my standover height is 81cm according to shimano bike fitting.

plz give me some advice.




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Not familiar with these spacers but as long as they have a round hole for the steerer, that they stack on and support the steerer all the way around it (and not just at the tip of the aero tear drop point) there should be no problem. One could take a common round spacer and add Bondo to create that tear drop shape. Andy
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