-11 Degree stem

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GixerBen
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by GixerBen

Hi all, anybody know of a nice -11 degree stem?

Currently using FSA OS-99 CSI, would love to keep it but need something a little lower (all spacer removed)

Cheers guys

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MajorMantra
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by MajorMantra

Not sure about -11 but there are -10s (Thomson, PRO etc.) and -12s (Zipp...). I'm sure there are others. Also lots of -17 options but that might be too low.

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by GixerBen

Yeah -17's a little hardcore for me.

Like the look of a Zipp but can't seem to find -12 ones

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Zipp is 6 and 17.


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by GixerBen

Its true, but had a bontrager one like this and dare I say it looks a little old hat, like the look of the alloy ones better.

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MajorMantra
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by MajorMantra

Specialized adjustable stems would be another option.

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by ergott

MajorMantra wrote:
Or maybe that's an error?


Sorry, I just ordered the Service Course and it comes in 6 and 17. I thought all the others did.

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maddog 2
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by maddog 2

As said, Thomson, Pro, Easton all do 10s

Old Bonty carbons are also 12, but heavy.

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