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FS/FT :|: Moustache Bars with levers and brakes

Old 04-09-21, 05:41 AM
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SOLD :|: Moustache Bars with levers and brakes

I took these off my redline 925, so they were probably used for a couple months. I am including a set of caliper brakes with the bars (the brake pads are no longer available). The brakes were painted (poorly) but the paint can be flaked off with very little trouble (though a tedious process), they came installed on a 90's Trek 1100 that I bought (and later sold) about 12 years ago. The clamp size for the bars is 25.4 - Asking $50 (plus ~$8 shipping), trade offers are welcome!!!





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Old 04-09-21, 11:07 AM
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Watching! I need to make some measurements.
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Old 04-09-21, 11:44 AM
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Do you have any pictures of these mounted? How did you like them? These will fit on my current 1989 Cindercone with no change to the stem, where modern "dirt drops" will need a threaded-threadless adapter and stem. I'd love other opinions too from owners of similar bars.
For trade I have a 26mm ITM "The Bar" that just takes up space. I can measure width, but it's probably 42 or 44 cm.

Edited: I know handlebars are a pain to measure, but what's the width at the beginning of the drops, and the ends of the bars, and what's the reach from the clamp area to the bend?

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Old 04-11-21, 07:54 AM
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I feel really dumb because I had uploaded these pictures but never hit save so they never went.



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