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Old 06-04-07, 03:32 PM
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dura ace track stem

I can't find the paperwork to this stem nor info online about it. I would like to order new bars but don't know what size. Does anyone have one or know any info on it?
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if you are talking about the 'hidden bolt stem' they made it in both 26.0 and 25.4 clamp diamenter.
You'll have to try some bars on your stem to see which size you have.
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Old 06-04-07, 03:41 PM
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ya it is the hidden bolt style. thanks. i guess the other option is to find my calipers and measure it.
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I have the bars, I have calipers, I am asking the internet what size the bars are. Say this outloud to yourself.
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the part about finding the calipers is the hard part. asking here was the less time consuming / lazier route.
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Originally Posted by ids
the part about finding the calipers is the hard part. asking here was the less time consuming / lazier route.
It would've been distinctly less time consuming for us if you had found the calipers
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