Stem -10 degree, 110mm, sub 120g, sub $50-60 ?

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Radiokopf
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by Radiokopf

I have the UNO 7 Stem. 20€, 108g.


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shimmeD wrote:
Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:22 am
Beware, the stack height you refer to on the Deda may actually be the clamping stem-to-steerer only. In my experience I moved from a Ritchey (42mm) to a Thomson (36mm) with no difference in handlebar height. The 6mm difference was taken off the top of the stem clamping.
I can confirm that the Deda Superleggero -8 Stem and the FSA SL-K -12 Stem both have a total stack height of 34mm vs other stems that are in the 40mm range

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I think shimmeD is referring to the height of handlebar. Meaning, doesn't matter that Deda has 6mm lower stack height than others (34mm vs. 40mm) - both placing handlebar on same distance from the ground. That is what actually interested me.

If Deda, with 6mm lower stack height, doesn't put handlebar 3mm lower (let's say 3mm "less material" from up and down of stem), then it doesn't really matter to me. And in that case -10 degree stem would be more interesting option.

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Radiokopf wrote:
Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:36 pm
I have the UNO 7 Stem. 20€, 108g.
If you can find me one with -10 degree, I'll buy it. Immediately.
More so, I will also buy one with -8 degrees, 110mm, so I will have 3 stems to play for at least a month. :mrgreen:

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I'll like to find a -10 degree stem that is round and has a short stack.

The Pro PL is -10 and nice but its not a short stack and is a hexagon shape that does not go well with round frame tubes to my eye.

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by Imaking20

Why the requirement for a short stack on the stem?
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Imaking20 wrote:
Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:19 pm
Why the requirement for a short stack on the stem?
My new project has a bit taller Head Tube than I like, so I installed a Extralite UltraTop Headset. The UltraTop dropped it about 10mm vs the Chris King head set, then I used a Deda Superleggero Stem 120 -8 stem that has a 34mm stack. The 2 together droped it about 16mm.

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by Imaking20

Gotcha. I didn't think the stack height of the stem was additive to the frame stack like that. I had always figured 8* was 8*
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Wren. -6 or -17 degree, sub 100g, and 50$ or so

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StanK
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Does anyone have -10° stem on bike with 12° (11-13 is fine, too) slope top tube? Pics would be much appreciated. :D

I try to figure out will it be (for me) visually ok, or would be too much "down", "broke down" look.
For my calculation, -8° stem would be in line with top tube, but ... some extra drop of handlebar (no spacers left) would be welcomed. So ...

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dolile wrote:
Tue Jan 08, 2019 6:05 pm
I have been running a Lity 100mm 6° stem (97gr) for 2 years, it is actually an excellent stem and I pay 39 euros for it.
Where did you get those from? I don't know if it's due to Sunday morning and lack of coffee or what but google search returned nothing...

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jencvo wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:54 pm
dolile wrote:
Tue Jan 08, 2019 6:05 pm
I have been running a Lity 100mm 6° stem (97gr) for 2 years, it is actually an excellent stem and I pay 39 euros for it.
Where did you get those from? I don't know if it's due to Sunday morning and lack of coffee or what but google search returned nothing...
https://www.dulight.fr/en/115-stems
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StanK wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:36 pm
Does anyone have -10° stem on bike with 12° (11-13 is fine, too) slope top tube? Pics would be much appreciated. :D

I try to figure out will it be (for me) visually ok, or would be too much "down", "broke down" look.
For my calculation, -8° stem would be in line with top tube, but ... some extra drop of handlebar (no spacers left) would be welcomed. So ...
-17 on my bike is flat to the road. Never much thought of the asthetics of it. More aero.

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by halcyongolf

Older model Eason EA90 with ti bolts should be around that weight and under that price (on sale). I picked up a -10* EA90 for under 30 bucks.

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by simoncx

halcyongolf wrote:
Tue Jan 15, 2019 2:24 am
Older model Eason EA90 with ti bolts should be around that weight and under that price (on sale). I picked up a -10* EA90 for under 30 bucks.
I was going to say the same thing, I had a -10 ea90 in 120mm and it was 142g without ti bolts.

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