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90 Degree Stem(5 posts)

90 Degree StemBroomwagon
Sep 27, 2002 4:16 PM
Anyone know of a manufacturer that makes an alloy 90 degree threadless stem? I've seen the Salsa model in catalogs but want an alloy model in 1-1/8" that's similar to the Ritchey WCS or Deda Newton.

Thanks.
Thomson Road is +/- 5 degrees. Closer, Flippable. NMSpunout
Sep 27, 2002 4:33 PM
Some 90 Degree Stems..........gogene
Sep 27, 2002 5:26 PM
.....Dimension, in both standard and 31.8 clamps
Profile Design has a bunch in 90 degree
Salsa Moto-Ace S.U.L. alloy
The easiest thing would be to go to your LBS and look at the counter copy of the QBP catalog, under stems, road, threadless. It lists all of the above stems I mentioned, along with pics and the lengths and colors the stems come in. Even better would be to buy a copy of the QBP catalog. It's a 680 page bicycle goodies oddessy.
Easton Mag available 90 Degree (nm)12x23
Sep 29, 2002 5:14 PM
Easton Mag available 90 Degree (nm)jjohnson05
Sep 30, 2002 5:29 AM
FSA makes a really nice alloy 90 degree stem in the Deda/ITM style. Black with silver face plate, titanium bolts. They sell it as a MTB/crosscountry stem, but it fits 25.6 diameter bars perfectly. Check Cambria, they had them on sale at about $70 marked down from about $100.