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    Brant, are the Mungo bars now available?

    The reason I'm asking because my wife's friend might be flying down here from London and I would like to see if she could stop by and purchase the bars from your company directly. Also I read that the Mungo bars accepts mtb components. Is this true?

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    they're in next wednesday.

    they are road lever size - our Mary bars are our new 45deg sweep riser bars with mtb grip and clamp size. they're going to be a couple of months at least though.

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    Are there plans to make the Mungo compatible with mtb components?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    they're in next wednesday.

    they are road lever size - our Mary bars are our new 45deg sweep riser bars with mtb grip and clamp size. they're going to be a couple of months at least though.
    Darn, 2 more months. Hopefully my wifes friend will plan to fly back to Socal in a couple of months after this visit. Do you have a pic of the Mary bars, Brant?

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    what stem clamp size are they? since it's on-one i assume it's 25.4mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weather
    what stem clamp size are they? since it's on-one i assume it's 25.4mm.
    26.0**

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    ** Used with mountain bike stem for 6 months with no problems.

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    30 aint bad. Though, that is still ike $590.

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    Our new Mary bar is sort of moustachey styley with mtb compatibilityish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Our new Mary bar is sort of moustachey styley with mtb compatibilityish.
    You been at the Aldi whisky again Brant?

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    Well spotted, but it was Ardnave from Tesco (a Bruichladdich overrun, sold off a bit cheap).

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    So what are the Midge bars going to be then?

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    Midge bars are our flared drop bar.

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