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    Anyone have a Seven Cycles Flat Bar on their 29er?

    How do you find it? Specs? Pics?

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    i have a seven ti flat bar on my ss.

    27" wide, 12 degree bend. price was good (thanks to the path bike shop), turn around was quick. came with two shims....25.4 and 31.8.

    here is the best shot i have of them.....it is clamped to a syntace superforce 25.4 stem and i am using ergon gx3 grips.

    <img src=https://farm5.static.flickr.com/4072/4318932689_0f0f129556_b.jpg>
    "forget kings...forget hadleys......they all have crap engagement. just run your bike fixed gear." - FoShizzle

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumbox
    How do you find it? Specs? Pics?
    They're custom length and sweep
    http://www.sevencycles.com/accessories/mtnhndlbars.php

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    Awesome

    I currently have 4 of them on my bikes. Any width and bend you want for a good price

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    Yeah I emailed them and spoke to Karl who has been uber helpful. Was just wondering what people thought.

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    I had one and it was great. Only thing to consider is Seven uses some sort of proprietary tubing that forces you to use their shims.

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    Love mine.

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    I have a 705mm and 15d bend. Mine came with both shim sizes. I also consider it a bargain at $160.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdrunk
    I have a 705mm and 15d bend. Mine came with both shim sizes. I also consider it a bargain at $160.
    Is that shimmed to 31.8 in that pic?

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    Love mine... 26" 11deg sweep. I had to order it through a Seven dealer.

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    160$ for a bar you gotta shim?
    no thanks.

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    The AntiOS

    the combination of ti and shim is what I like about mine, but some will hate. It absorbs a lot and flexes some. If you curl over 100, it might not be for you.

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    Got 4...

    I have four of them...all 666mm wide with 15 degree bend...basically copies of the Surly Torsion Bar. They work very well.


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    Yup, its the 31.8mm shim. To the dude complaining about using shims I completely disagree. I have 8+ spare stems in my parts box, and the Seven (with its crappy shims) is the only one that works with all of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by chumbox
    Is that shimmed to 31.8 in that pic?

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    Thanks all for the input. I have spoken to Seven some more and taken all the advice on board and I think I might have to pull the trigger on an 11degree 26" bar. Will let you know how I go.

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