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    Trimming some more weight

    I would like to get some more ideas on how to lighten up more my Airborne LS. Also does anyone have any experience on the Spicer titanium stem that I recently installed. Also I'm thinking of adding bar ends even though it will add more weight. Is there a good bar end that you can recommend. I saw the You Chase ti bar end and the SRP ti bar end, does anyone uses them or have used them? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtberfrombothell
    I would like to get some more ideas on how to lighten up more my Airborne LS.
    Ditch the gears.

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    What kind of wheels & tires do you have? I would start there since it can make a good deal of difference. As far as barends I would go with KCNC. They are about half the weight of most and look quite good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Square Bladder
    Ditch the gears.
    And get rid of that boat anchor suspension fork while you're at it.

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    you can save at least 7 pounds by getting foam grips instead of those ourys.

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