Truvativ stem T30 weight

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gelo354
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by gelo354

Hi,

could anyone advise me how the real weight of Truvativ T30 stem? on their site, they claim that the weight of it only 135gr, is it true?

Thank

BobSantini
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by BobSantini

Sorry, dunno about the Truvativ, but the Kalloy Uno Ultralight stem is lighter and cheaper. The claimed weight for a 110mm stem is 116g but the true weight is 109g with steel bolts. It's under $30 on Ebay from SpeedPark.
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gelo354
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by gelo354

Thank for ur kindest response.... helpful!!

i'll looking for it
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TheRookie
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by TheRookie

'only' 135g is a misnomer, I have a 100mm stem off a £350 Voodoo that weighs 136g!
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socratease
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by socratease

In my experience truvativ's parts have weighed pretty close to the claimed weight.

I like their stems. They're cheap-ish, but have really good construction, and are very boxy + have wide clamping areas. If one comes on a stock bike, I consider it a selling point. Still, I'd go with Syntace first in the build quality/weight department. However, these go for 40 bucks online, and that ain't half bad.

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