Syntace F99 stem

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BeeBee30
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by BeeBee30

Hi,anyone know where I can get one of these in the UK?I'm after a 120mm road specific 26.0 model.
Ti or dye!

The Weenie formally known as CAADHEAD

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by morrisond

Order one from the sponsor of this site www.gypzybikz.com

chip42
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by chip42

You can buy this stem from Andy at Poshbikes. I have one and it's very nice.

Andy
Maybe I should be lighter myself !!

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by teutscher

chip42 wrote:You can buy this stem from Andy at Poshbikes. I have one and it's very nice.

Andy


suspicious to me :)

chip42
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by chip42

No, different Andy's....he's in Kent and i'm in Cambridgeshire....!

Andy
Maybe I should be lighter myself !!

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by marktickner

You can also buy the F99 Syntace stem from Terry Dolan.
http://www.bikes-dolan.uk.com/
Cost is £60 which included P+P.
Great value, great stem and arrived the next day after ordering on phone!
Mark

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by Tippster

Just throught I'd highlight a point of etiquette.

The first response was "Order one from the sponsor of this site www.gypzybikz.com "

as they sponsor this site, I thought it rather rude to come up with other companies. Wouldn't it have been more polite to have PM'd Caadhead, with other alternatives?

Before the flames come in, I have no association with Gypzybikz, but I do value the benefit of them sponsoring this forum!
"Ride it like you've just stolen it!"

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by zoey

Tippster wrote:Just throught I'd highlight a point of etiquette.

The first response was "Order one from the sponsor of this site www.gypzybikz.com "

as they sponsor this site, I thought it rather rude to come up with other companies. Wouldn't it have been more polite to have PM'd Caadhead, with other alternatives?

Before the flames come in, I have no association with Gypzybikz, but I do value the benefit of them sponsoring this forum!

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by yoko

Tippster wrote:Just throught I'd highlight a point of etiquette.

The first response was "Order one from the sponsor of this site www.gypzybikz.com "

as they sponsor this site, I thought it rather rude to come up with other companies. Wouldn't it have been more polite to have PM'd Caadhead, with other alternatives?

Before the flames come in, I have no association with Gypzybikz, but I do value the benefit of them sponsoring this forum!


I totally agree, unless our forum sponsor doesn't have the item, we shouldn't post any link pertaining to a bike part being sold by other stores.

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by popawheelie

I'm not sure if gypzybikz would argee with that assumption.
IMO this site is about good information. Period.
If there is a site that has a part then post it.
Gypzybikz has always given me good service but some times for various reasons I go elsewhere. Big deal.

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