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    Also take a look at the Ritchey 260 stems. Right around 100 grams. Not exactly cheap though. I have one at 100mm and like it quite a bit.

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    I found the Ritchey stems online for around 70-80 dollars. I got my Syntace for 54. Similar weight, looks, reputation. Can't go wrong with either of them.

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    I am gonna go with the Syntace F109. Can only fine the 75 mm one for $90. Might just have to do it

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    You want a 75mm? Hang on.

    edit: Here you go. Jenson should price match.
    Syntace F109 75mm 31.8 96d Black 1-1/8" Threadless @ eBikeStop.com

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    Thanks! Have you ever purchased through them? I have a feeling a price match would take time, if they are reputable i will just go through them!

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    I've only purchased from Jenson, no one else. Price matching is usually instant or at the most 24 hours. I found my stem on that same site, Jenson matched it no problem. If Jenson has that size they'll match the price.

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    I came across a diamond in the rough a few weeks ago. If your looking to save weight on the stem, check out performance bikes house brand. It's called the Forte Pro OS 31.8 My 80mm weighs 106g and the 90mm weighs 110g. They are only 30 bucks and weigh less then anything else I've come across. Originally bought a couple sizes to have in my parts pin, but when I saw the weight I went and snagged a few more to put on all my bikes.

    If your already upgrading, might as well consider weight on everything. You'd be surprised how quickly you can shave off weight when your saving 50-60g here and there. I've found that cranks, tires, wheels, and cassette alone will shave a few lbs...I saved over 3lbs on those items without breaking the bank too much.

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    Xlite Stem 90,100,110,120 X 5 Deg 31.8C :: Loaded USA

    This is what I'm running on my Stumpjumper. I like it a lot.
    I like turtles

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    Cheap and light uno stem... I had one and none issues

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trks...+stem&_sacat=0

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    I ordered my F109 stem from Ebikestop. Shipped quick and good price.

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