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    Titanium handlebar-stem

    I saw a thread here before that shows a titanium handlebar-stem that's one piece.
    I did use the search function but can not find it. Can someone direct me to it please?

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    Morati is all that comes to mind. Good Luck!
    I got some pretty decent Niners!

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    i dont know of that link, but i can tell you from experience

    back in the early 90's i ran a ti bar and stem (not intrigal) and it was WAY flexy
    i went to an aluminum stem and ran that set up until just a couple years ago

    now, for me, its a rotor stem, easton monkey lite OS bar

    titanium is beautiful stuff, but in my opinion, carbon is more efficient
    Racerick
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    Here's an interesting one out if the same house.


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    i win!
    Quote Originally Posted by ISuckAtRiding View Post
    The dude is like 120lbs, tops lol he can run any tires he wants without issues, i'm sure.

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    Hey Veloreality, whats the story behind that piece? Beautiful! When was it made? Custom ordered? And Scuver, give blacksheep a try. I asked them if they would make me a one piece truss fork/stem/handlebar combo and they said no problem. The price was enough to buy a frame, but its probably as much work to make one. When I know what dimensions I need... & have the extra cash...
    Last edited by TheRedMantra; 02-24-2010 at 11:57 PM.
    Herro prease

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    That's the one.

    Quote Originally Posted by collideous
    Thanks to everyone!
    Any other option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by collideous
    Here's an interesting one out if the same house.

    an arm longer than the other?
    My new Forum (in Spanish) ...or English:

    http://bicisclasicas.foroactivo.com

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    have a look for the crossbow in carbon to but high price 400
    as steve said "As long as the rotor/rivets clears the fork, a miss is as good as a mile"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sausagedog
    have a look for the crossbow in carbon to but high price 400
    Sorry, I'm not into carbon bars. I'm looking for titanium bars just like the title says.

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    My new Forum (in Spanish) ...or English:

    http://bicisclasicas.foroactivo.com

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