What's a 10 degree rise in mm?- Mtbr.com

# Thread: What's a 10 degree rise in mm?

1. ## What's a 10 degree rise in mm?

Im looking to buy this stem but Im trying to figure out how much rise its got in millimeters...10 degree ???

http://www.straitlinecomponents.com/products/stems.php

2. how many pounds are in a mile?

There is no metric conversion for degrees. You need to do some trig to figure that out.

I can have a 50mm with a 7 degree rise or a 100mm with a 7 degree rise

3. The actual vertical rise is going to be determined by the stem length, longer stem=more rise.Since this stem is pretty short the amount of rise is going to be minimal, probably around 5mm (I can't seem to find my metric ruler).

4. Come now... It's basic math... Pythagorean theorem. It depends on the length of the stem. Then draw a right triangle. A little bit of voodoo magic. And voila.

5. Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
Come now... It's basic math... Pythagorean theorem. It depends on the length of the stem. Then draw a right triangle. A little bit of voodoo magic. And voila.

huh huh so whit a 50 mm stem and a 10 degree rise you get ?

6. Originally Posted by tuumbaq
huh huh so whit a 50 mm stem and a 10 degree rise you get ?

7. Originally Posted by tuumbaq
huh huh so whit a 50 mm stem and a 10 degree rise you get ?

Depends on the head angle too.

27mm

8. ## Thats funny!

Originally Posted by Karupshun
I almost lost my ale!

9. my pythagorean thrm said 32mm rise

10. I'll draw a picture. 10 degree rise from the 68 degree head angle...

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