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    Bucksaw stem length?

    I just picked up a used 2016 Bucksaw GX1, I'm wondering what length stem it came with stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgdblue View Post
    I just picked up a used 2016 Bucksaw GX1, I'm wondering what length stem it came with stock?

    Thanks!
    Depends on the size, Small = 70mm, medium = 80mm, LG/XL = 90mm

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    Thank you!

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    I ride a medium, and I think I ended up with a 60 or 70mm stem on it. Don't remember exactly, as mine is one of the first ones...I built it quite awhile ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold View Post
    I ride a medium, and I think I ended up with a 60 or 70mm stem on it. Don't remember exactly, as mine is one of the first ones...I built it quite awhile ago.
    Thank you, mine is a medium as well, I put a 70mm on it and it feels pretty good. It's a really fun bike, hopefully it does well on our groomed Minnesota snow trails this winter with the 3.8 Nates.

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