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    Integrated stems for 2009 Fox 40?

    Hey guys. I just received the new fox 40 in the mail today (totally stoked ). It comes with the integrated crown, but no stem, and im not sure what type of integrated stem will fit on this. Does anyone know? I've seen integrated stem/crown sets, but i dont want to buy another top crown if i don't have to. Thanks!
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    Anything in the boxxer direct mount pattern should work. I'm running a Sunline direct mount on mine.

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    i tihnk the 40's run Boxxer stems no?

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    ok sweet. so which is better...the e13 or the sunline? heheh
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    yeah any 'Boxxer" mounting stem will work...actually in think that the mounting is a international standard.. but is mostly refered as the boxxer mount because they created it.

    anyway, I ride the po1nt racing stem (http://www.pointoneracing.com/splitsecond_dm.html)

    lightest and slickest stem on the market IMO...sicklines has a review as well....

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    Or the new Staitline >

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    That straitline is sweet!! Any word on the price?? If it stays in line with the way straitline prices stuff,... it is most likely mucho dinero!
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    the straightlines looks cool, and good if you want a super short stem, but good luck getting you front end low. the stem put the handle bars right over the stantion tubes. I run my front end low and the tubes stick up near the hardlebars. with the straightline, the adjuster knobs would be running into the bars. or you would have to run a bunch of spacers underneath to jack it up, and that is not ideal.

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    now where could i even get the straitline one? Havent seen it anywhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by acdcfan1283
    ok sweet. so which is better...the e13 or the sunline? heheh
    I've rocked both. The Sunline is nicer IMO. It's also slightly lighter. The only thing it lacks is the adjustable length between 45 and 55mm like the E13. The Sunline is slightly lower though, which is why I went for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acdcfan1283
    ok sweet. so which is better...the e13 or the sunline? heheh
    The Sunline Boxxer stem is sick. Really clean, light, and simple. Use it with a Sunline V-One extra low/wide bar for the ultimate cockipit combo.
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    I have the new Sunline for my 09 fox 40. My new build will be done this friday! Wait for the pics, killer spec on the way!
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    What is the big advantage of being low? I got the sunline for my 40, but I am going back and forth between it and an standard stem?
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    I'm waiting for the new Twenty6 stem to be available. Right now I'm using the e13 on my '09 40. However, I'm just not digging on the rise of the e13. I prefer a zero rise.
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