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    Salsa discontinuing Cro-Mo Stems?

    Salsa seems to be possibly discontinuing their Cro-Mo SUL stem production. In any case they have some left in the closeout section of the QBP book, If anyone else out there loves this stem I would hop over to the LBS and get one on order ASAP.

    Just FYI

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    Thanks for the heads up. I've got one on my Blizzard and do like it. I'll have to check out what the price is and what they have left for one of my other steeds.

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    the world's gone mad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    the world's gone mad.
    On the other hand, I see a niche for On-one to fill (=

    Just make them available thru J&B so I can get them at cost. Speaking of, will you import the new bars to the US through distribution possibly?

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    On the other hand, I see a niche for On-one to fill (=
    Hmm. That's an idea. Steel stems. Might catch on :-) I'll need to design a nice clamp system, but i've just made friends with a lug manufacturer. Ho hum...

    Speaking of, will you import the new bars to the US through distribution possibly?
    Yup. That's the plan. Our Mary, Mungo and Midge bars will hopefully be available stateside:-

    Mungo - moustache bar
    Midge - dirt drop (designed by Shiggy, formerly known as Mungo Pro Bar)
    Mary - 45deg sweep mtb bar.

    All should quite hopefully be on display on J&B's stand at Interbike. All being well :-)

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    Make them with replaceable nuts... a la newer EA70 stem.

    [[email protected]]Hmm. That's an idea. Steel stems. Might catch on :-) I'll need to design a nice clamp system, but i've just made friends with a lug manufacturer. Ho hum...

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