+/- 19 degree 80mm stem

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bluedave
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by bluedave

Can anyone recommend a negative degree stem (between 17-19 degree and 80mm long). I currently have a thomson X2 which is an excellent stem but they only do a 17 degree down to 100mm.

I should say its for XC racing

Any suggestion would be appreciated

Thanks in advance
Dave

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tskubi
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by tskubi

3t arx team, -17 & available in lots of sizes.
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KCNC Arrow in 17 degree....available in white and black

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by campbellrae

Syntace F109 comes in -17 and 90mm, close but no cigar maybe? It's a great stem though, my training partner has been using one on his MTB for a couple of years now and is really happy with it. Light, stiff and not crazy expensive!

Edit: Also Specialized do a -17 in 75mm http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bc/SBC ... spid=66333

bluedave
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by bluedave

Thanks for your help.

I will look into the ones suggested.

Cheers
Dave

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