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    Easton EA-70 riserbar $29

    I came across this deal after month's search for an affordable handlebar upgrade:
    They have almost all rises and diameters available (except 31.8 mid-rise)
    After shipping and tax in California is $35ish. received in two days, can't be happier!


    http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...Handlebar.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBull
    I came across this deal after month's search for an affordable handlebar upgrade:
    They have almost all rises and diameters available (except 31.8 mid-rise)
    After shipping and tax in California is $35ish. received in two days, can't be happier!


    http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...Handlebar.aspx
    Thanks! I was just about to buy @ full MSRP!

    Ordered this one.

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    There are some $15 EA 50 risers at wheelworld (closeouts).

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    With the Jenson deal you can get 31.8 though. It seems most of the deals on the Easton bars are 25.4.
    Pivot Firebird, Tomac Snyper, KTM 250SX

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch169
    With the Jenson deal you can get 31.8 though. It seems most of the deals on the Easton bars are 25.4.
    Exactly, only Jenson has all sizes 31.8 in that price. The other ones in less than $30 price are either limited 25.4 size or the heavier EA 50 model. i almost bought a EA50 high riser a week ago which was also $29, but the shipping+tax added up to $40. Jenson's shipping fee seems more reasonable too.

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    I got one too

    I got the 31.8 DH EA70 too for $29. What is the difference between the DH EA70 and the EA70 Monkeybar? Are they the same? Will the DH be heavier? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtberfrombothell
    I got the 31.8 DH EA70 too for $29. What is the difference between the DH EA70 and the EA70 Monkeybar? Are they the same? Will the DH be heavier? Thanks
    I ordered the DH version and it came in as 'Monkeybar". I think the 'DH' generally means riser version of the EA70, versus 'XC' being the flatbar. By the way, the 'Monkeybar' graphic looks really good...

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