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  1. #1
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    May 2012

    Inner mount bar ends - stubby

    Just mounted some old bar ends between brake and shifter. I had some old adjustable Profile bar ends, cut off the curved ends and repainted. Only had to move shifters about 1/4". Hopefully will provide another grip point when climbing n stuff.

  2. #2
    Life Is Short
    Reputation: fatcat's Avatar
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    Mar 2006
    Nice but the only thing I see that may not work is the position of your hands while climbing as
    the grip is very narrow, and narrow means shaky steering. Roadies have 'aero' bars in the middle of the front bars because the road is smooth, trails are rocky, sandy, rutty and miserable.

  3. #3
    how heavy are you ??
    Reputation: Scottay5150's Avatar
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    Mar 2004
    fail, sorry...
    there is a reason why they are called bar ends...
    What does Marsellus Wallace look like, A BIT*H?

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