True, but the front end is already a bit low for me and this will lower it further. Means new higher rise bars as well.A shorter stack stem will still resolve. Just sayin.
It might, but it would almost certainly interfere with the frame, given it sits quite low at the faceplate.Fkn Shantaram. Automatic inclusion in this thread.
p.s a funn funnduro stem will sort out the stem woes.
Short stack + does not lower the bar height as a result:True, but the front end is already a bit low for me and this will lower it further. Means new higher rise bars as well.
Good outcome for you if they were incorrectly advertised.Seller has been a good bloke about it all and is going to refund so no harm done.
Just saying that the design of the low stack height stem that I posted maintains the bar height at the same location it would be for a standard stack height stem sitting in the same number of spacers.It does if the stem is mounted 15mm lower on the steerer. Old steerer was 190mm. New one is 175mm.
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You do, however, need to remove a couple, or the chain will be too slack in the smallest gear, and your chain will fall off.I was today years old when I finally learned how to properly adjust the B limit screw on my XT 11-speed derailleur what I have had for two years now.
Turns out I didn't need to remove all those links from the old chain after all!
And always wear your knee pads!Don't ride on your slower and less skilled mate's back wheel. It will only end badly.
I thought i might make a thread where you can show the things you did to your bike. Things you may not have bothered to create a whole thread for and things other people in your life dont understand how happy they should be for you :) So to get started I added Deore Xt brakes / 180mm front Ice...www.rotorburn.com