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    New question here. Anybody want to trade a "Long" DUC32 stem for a "short" one 31.8 ofcourse..

    My long one is the three positions adjustable and has less than 10 hours of riding, but is to long on my ML7 even on the shortest setting so I'm looking for a three position but the short version.
    Anybody want to trade a "Long" DUC32 stem for a "short" one 31.8 ofcourse..-img_5211-m.jpg

    Here is the stem I have for trade.
    Anybody want to trade a "Long" DUC32 stem for a "short" one 31.8 ofcourse..-img_5259-m.jpg

    I even paid the shipping of you stem and also mine..

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    Friday bump, still looking..

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    A single position stem will be acceptable as long is not more than 90mm..

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    Sorry, the only one I have is for a 25.4mm bar.

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    I just bought a bike with the DUC32. How does one change the lengths? Mine is 100m as it sits and it looks like it's adjustable. I cannot find anything on the web to tell me how to do it? I just found how to install a fixed stem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jh_on_the_cape View Post
    I just bought a bike with the DUC32. How does one change the lengths? Mine is 100m as it sits and it looks like it's adjustable. I cannot find anything on the web to tell me how to do it? I just found how to install a fixed stem.
    If it looks like this is the adjustable model.
    Anybody want to trade a "Long" DUC32 stem for a "short" one 31.8 ofcourse..-img_5259-m.jpg

    Changing lengths is actually really easy to do, set the two bolts under the upper clamp to the desire length (you have three choices) then take out the small adjustable rectangle (on top of the steer) and aligned with the 8mm hole on the steer tube, last reconnect the rectangle from the side with a 6mm allen bolt..

    I hope I'm clear, believe me is super easy

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    Got it, thanks. Mine is adjustable, but the long type and is already at the shortest, so I have to buy a short one. You don't have to remove the crown
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    Quote Originally Posted by jh_on_the_cape View Post
    Got it, thanks. Mine is adjustable, but the long type and is already at the shortest, so I have to buy a short one. You don't have to remove the crown
    Oh yeah sure don't remove the crown (I used a bohous "wobble head" allen)

    Email Ethan he has the short one in stock cheaper that ebay (I think)

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    Thanks. Who is Ethan? What is his MTBR username? I can't seem to figure it out.
    Thanks. I look forward to a shorter stem!

    Quote Originally Posted by patineto View Post
    Oh yeah sure don't remove the crown (I used a bohous "wobble head" allen)

    Email Ethan he has the short one in stock cheaper that ebay (I think)
    Only boring people get bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jh_on_the_cape View Post
    Thanks. Who is Ethan? What is his MTBR username? I can't seem to figure it out.
    Thanks. I look forward to a shorter stem!
    Oh Ethan is the man (the SuperMan) when it comes to Maverick stuff, he has pretty much every spare part available for them..

    Here is his email.

    Maverick Suspension Inc.
    ethan@mavericksuspension.com

    Ps: he is ultra nice

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    Thanks, I just emailed Ethan.

    Quote Originally Posted by patineto View Post
    Oh Ethan is the man (the SuperMan) when it comes to Maverick stuff, he has pretty much every spare part available for them..

    Here is his email.

    Maverick Suspension Inc.
    ethan@mavericksuspension.com

    Ps: he is ultra nice
    Only boring people get bored.

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