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    Looking to stretch out my position over the winter. Looking for a 31.8 -17 140 stem or a 150 of any angle. Thanks!
     

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    Did you see this one? I was wanting to trade for a shorter one. WTB 140 stem or maybe a 150?-img_8732-jpg
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    I'm looking for that stem, only 20mm longer.
     

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    Default Re: WTB 140 stem or maybe a 150?

    I have a deda 100 zero in gunmetal @140 that I'm not using.
     

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    Come on no one has a -17 140 stem? Please!
     

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    Default Re: WTB 140 stem or maybe a 150?

    Just buy a bigger frame, man :(
     

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    Default Re: WTB 140 stem or maybe a 150?

    140s are pretty rare in 31.8. Another example of the industry dropping the extremes in their product lines (like 180mm cranks).

    If you could accomodate 26.0 bars, stem options are everywhere and I have many.
     

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    Just buy a bigger frame, man :(
    A bigger frame has nothing to do with needing a longer stem. I'm 6'2'' with long arms, If i went any "bigger" the HT would be too tall and the front center would be crazy long. This is for a racebike not a monstercross/rando/DH/tri thing. Tall guy + racebike= longstem. Pretty straight forward really. For your education; the jerk's advice: stems getting longer - The Paceline Forum
     

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    Default Re: WTB 140 stem or maybe a 150?

    I have a 6 degree 140mm ARX PRO. Still NIB, I believe. I paid around 55. Interested?
     

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    Default Re: WTB 140 stem or maybe a 150?

    [QUOTEI have a 6 degree 140mm ARX PRO. Still NIB, I believe. I paid around 55. Interested?][/QUOTE]
    Thanks, but I think need a -17.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattsbeers View Post
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    A bigger frame has nothing to do with needing a longer stem. I'm 6'2'' with long arms, If i went any "bigger" the HT would be too tall and the front center would be crazy long. This is for a racebike not a monstercross/rando/DH/tri thing. Tall guy + racebike= longstem. Pretty straight forward really. For your education; the jerk's advice: stems getting longer - The Paceline Forum
    6'5" here, also rocking the -17 140mm stem. Don't forget about handlebar reach, that might get you another 1cm or 2. I'm using the Deda Deep Belgium ones.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattsbeers View Post
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    A bigger frame has nothing to do with needing a longer stem. I'm 6'2'' with long arms, If i went any "bigger" the HT would be too tall and the front center would be crazy long. This is for a racebike not a monstercross/rando/DH/tri thing. Tall guy + racebike= longstem. Pretty straight forward really. For your education; the jerk's advice: stems getting longer - The Paceline Forum
    I was joking.
     

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    You never joke about the size of a man's stem.
     

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    Default Re: WTB 140 stem or maybe a 150?

    Haha. I'm actually in the process of trying to convince Bob Jackson that despite being 6'2" I can't possibly ride a frame with a 200mm (before headset) headtube. They recommend 100-110mm stems for their frames. I want a 58cm with a 130 like my other bikes.
     

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