Pro Vibe 7s Puzzle stem

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brearley
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by brearley

Does anybody have one of these in 130mm size.

any official weights? i'm looking into buying one and updating bolts possibly to ti.

alternatively does anybody know whether the ritchey wcs c260 stem will be available in -17 degree ever?

failing that I will just look for a 130mm -17 degree ritchey wcs 4 axis stem cheap

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mellowJohnny
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by mellowJohnny

I had a 120mm which weighed 129g with Ti bolts (135g stock). I'd roughly add another 10g or so to get a ballpark weight.

Hope that helps...

Zigmeister
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by Zigmeister

I also had both the C260 and 7S puzzle in 120/110mm respectively.

A Ritchey rep over on bikeforum posted a response to that question in a thread if I recall correctly. They just don't have enough demand for that angle of stem. So, not likely.

Weight on the 7S, no idea, it is aluminum and weight dosn't bother me on a stem. But the C260 does come in right about published if I recall my weighing it...don't remember the number, I run a 3T Integra Stem now with Garmin mount, I really don't care about weight when it comes to some components, the stem is one of those.

fio
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by fio

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This is a stock 110. I have a 120 which I could probably put on the scale later.

FWIW, the Vibe 7s is an incredible stem. I absolutely love the thing.

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