-8 degree stems

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gg333
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by gg333

Hi,
Are there any other stems out there other than Deda that do -8 degrees.
thanks

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simonanks69
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I believe extralite
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simonanks69
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by simonanks69

I believe extralite
CARPE DIEM
Colnago C59 Italia GLBK
Up coming custom steel cyclocross :D

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tommasini
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I started to reply 3T Less and Cinelli Graphis - neither of which is produced but can be found. I think Total Cycling has them still......then went and looked and realized they are +/- 10. Still worth considering if you want more drop that the std +/- 6 and -17 is too much......that what it is in my situation (I'm using the Less).

maxxevv
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by maxxevv

PRO and Easton do have Alu and Carbon stems in 10 degree.

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Rick
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by Rick

VCRC Ultralight stem. Luckily, on sale right now.
http://www.vcrcbike.com/product_p/2010slstem.htm

mcatano
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by mcatano

Thomson do a +/- 10°, and specialized do a +/- 8/16° in several models with the adjustable inserts.

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Spindoctor
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by Spindoctor

8 deg stems are available from: Cinelli - Bianca ; Newton 31 ; Pro Vibe do a 10 degree ; easton also do a 10 ;
Wiliers: Cento Uno; Cento SLR; Imperiale, Zero 7 (all Super Record 11sp naturally)

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