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Anyone have a .833/21.1/110 mm or 120mm?

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Anyone have a .833/21.1/110 mm or 120mm?

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Old 08-11-13, 02:14 AM
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Anyone have a .833/21.1/110 mm or 120mm?

Damn, these are getting hard to find, especially long ones. Trying to avoid the adapter to 1 1/8.
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Old 08-11-13, 03:04 AM
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Schwinn or Ross?

Best bet is the bike coop parts bin.
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Let me check I may have still have 20mm to threadless/1inch BMX adapter in my parts bin.
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Anyone have a .833/21.1/110 mm or 120mm?

I think I may have one. I am out of town for a few days, so will check when I get home.

Funny thing is I listed it on ebay a while ago, cheap opening bid, thinking it would be a quick sell. No interest whatsoever.

I think I still have it.
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I have a Schwinn One, GB british made, really nice. Engraved "Schwinn Forged" on stem.
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Trying to find a quill, not adapter! But thanks anywho!
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Originally Posted by big chainring View Post
I think I may have one. I am out of town for a few days, so will check when I get home.

Funny thing is I listed it on ebay a while ago, cheap opening bid, thinking it would be a quick sell. No interest whatsoever.

I think I still have it.
Is it a longish one! Most are 60-80mm, which is too short
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I have a Schwinn One, GB british made, really nice. Engraved "Schwinn Forged" on stem.
Gimme some love, tell me its a long one!
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90mm.
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90mm.
Dang! Well, thanks for checking
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I think I may have one. I am out of town for a few days, so will check when I get home.

Funny thing is I listed it on ebay a while ago, cheap opening bid, thinking it would be a quick sell. No interest whatsoever.

I think I still have it.
Is it a longish one! Most are 60-80mm, which is too short
100 or 110
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I was searching for the same thing (for my Schwinn Supersport), so I bought a X-large American Eagle/Nishiki Kokusai to re-sell (while keeping the 110x.833 neck for my Schwinn).

I ended up liking and restoring the Nishiki with it's "rare" 110X.833 stem, so it took me another year to get my Supersport stem sized up proper.

The big Nishiki Kokusai turned out to be fully deserving of that stem however (a favorite ride), a keeper for sure.


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Here's your stem, unfortunately, attached to $175 worth of Goudy World! ;-)
[h=2] SCHWINN WORLD 1978 VINTAGE ROAD BIKE 10SPD,25"FRAME,27"NEW TIRES, - $195 (BROOKSVILLE)[/h]
BIKE IS 100% ORIGIAL,WITH ALL CHICAGO SCHWINN ACCESSORIES AND REFLECTORS.
THE ONLY THING NOT ORIGINAL IS THE NEW TIRES.
BIKE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND VERY CLEAN.

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I was searching for the same thing (for my Schwinn Supersport), so I bought a X-large American Eagle/Nishiki Kokusai to re-sell (while keeping the 110x.833 neck for my Schwinn).

I ended up liking and restoring the Nishiki with it's "rare" 110X.833 stem, so it took me another year to get my Supersport stem sized up proper.

The big Nishiki Kokusai turned out to be fully deserving of that stem however (a favorite ride), a keeper for sure.

It sucks being 6'4". You can never find stuff that fits.....
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It sucks being 6'4". You can never find stuff that fits.....
6'4", not me, I've shrunken from 5'10" down to 5'9", but still relatively long in the leg it seems.
Saddle top is just 30" above the bb spindle as shown, and I can straddle the bike flat-footed, but I wouldn't consider riding a larger frame than this Nishiki.

I like the seat and bars foreward, but with the bars just a couple of inches below saddle height.
The pictured bike is big and has a long top tube, but the 72-degree frame angles take a couple of millimeters away from the bar's foreward reach (foreward relative to the bottom bracket).
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