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Component Sale: Huret shifter, Suntour pedals , Serotta stem

Old 09-15-15, 08:33 PM
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Component Sale: Huret shifter, Suntour pedals , Serotta stem

Huret Shifter $27 shipped SOLD
Suntour XC Pedals $90 shipped
3TTT, Serotta stem $35 shipped

I am not willing to ship international and to PO Box address either. Thanks
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I'll take the shifters please.
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How long is the stem in both dimensions? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
How long is the stem in both dimensions? Thanks.
The stem is 130mm of reach and 138mm vertical (end that goes into headtube.) Sorry, I don't know the right terms.
If you look at photos, the stem is stamped 130.
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Originally Posted by vintagerando View Post
The stem is 130mm of reach and 138mm vertical (end that goes into headtube.) Sorry, I don't know the right terms.
If you look at photos, the stem is stamped 130.
Waddya know. I would have thought that's a model number. Clever.
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