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    Truvativ Stylo T40 10s or easton EA70 wide

    just wanted to get your opinions for flatbars..thinking of getting the truvativ t40 10s flatbar which is 700mm or the ea70 xc wide?

    watcha guys think?

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    Bumping because I was wondering the same.

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    Both are everyday alloy flat bars just get whichever one is on sale, basically the same...
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    Both are 7xxx series alloy and very close in sweep, width, and weight. Not sure what your looking for as a difinitive answer but I like wide and more sweep so by a hair I guess that hands it to the Truvativ.
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    well was wondering in terms of durability..not much of a weight diff though...sorry should have put that in the first place

    and oh...would you buy one?

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    I own one, and they are both super durable.
    I do all my own stunts, but never intentionally...

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    nice..really leaning on the 700mm truvativ

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    I own a Easton bar myself, and its the best bars i ever had. They have good sweep, feel bery comfy in my hands.

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    can you guys tell the difference between 700mm and 685mm in terms of feel on the bars on rides?

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    If youre a casual rider, i dont think. THe difference is so small. Those small steps are made for pro rides who want it to be perfect in every mm.

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    ok thnaks!

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    Go with the one that looks the best on your bike or whichever one you can find the best deal on.
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