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i tried searching. 25.4 bullhorns?

Old 02-04-06, 05:04 PM
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i tried searching. 25.4 bullhorns?

i bought a new stem and my profile bullhorns don't fit so i am looking for 25.4 bullhorns and i can't find any at all. i'm looking for 40-42cm wide and 0 rise. i was thinking the Nitto B601 bar could be promising but i can't find any smaller than 45cm wide..any suggestions?
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jamey did you try business cycles? try calling him. when i was down there last month there was a fairly large stack of nitto bullhorns in the back of his shop.

worth a shot.
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Originally Posted by dommer
jamey did you try business cycles? try calling him. when i was down there last month there was a fairly large stack of nitto bullhorns in the back of his shop.

worth a shot.
i looked at the website and all nitto bullhorns come in 26.0 cm. the B601 aren't really bullhorns but the shape is ok and i could cut them down. i'm pretty sure i'm out of luck.
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My Nitto bullhorns have a shim on them. I think they are 26, possibly you could buy those and cut off the shim.
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Originally Posted by popluhv
My Nitto bullhorns have a shim on them. I think they are 26, possibly you could buy those and cut off the shim.
I think it's more of a sleeve than a shim. I think you'd have a tough time getting it off with-out ruining the bars in the process.

this came up before. the answer, flop & chop
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chop some b123s. best bullhorns you could ask for. curved shoulders and steel.
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ehh i don't want to flip and chop though. i don't think road bars provide enough length when chopped. i guess i'll just have to rely on my risers from now on.
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Aren't stems cheaper than bars? Why don't you just buy the right stem?
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Originally Posted by endform
Aren't stems cheaper than bars? Why don't you just buy the right stem?
yeah that's what i'm looking at now. i just bought the ITM 800 stem which is an open face quill stem so i can easily switch bars (brakeless) without any hassle. i thought i ordered the 26.0 stem but they sent me the 25.4 so i might just order the 26.0 this time (for sure). thanks to those who offered solutions.
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