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How to measure quill stem clamp size?

Old 05-11-13, 03:32 AM
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How to measure quill stem clamp size?

As on the headline, how do I measure the diameter of my quill stem clamp?

It's a Kalloy product, and the clamp diameter isn't mentioned on the stem.
I have bought the stem and a drop bar separately, and now i don't know if they fit together.
The bar is 25.4 but how do I know if the stem clamp is 25.4 or 26.0 ?
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If It's a 25.4 bar just put it in there if it's a nice fit maybe bit snug your good. If the stem clamp is 26.0 it will be a little loose.
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Trying the handlebar is the best way. the way the clamp opens makes an accurate measurement difficult.
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