Deity Intake Direct Mount Stem

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The Deity Intake Direct Mount Stem takes machining and flow to another level. Inspired by the aggressive lines and flowing silhouette of muscle cars, this stem is both fast and furious and will make your kit look amazing and perform even better.

Available in 31.8mm and 35mm with both options utilising a 3-piece design for ease of installation and a super-stiff set-up.

Who's this item for: These are Direct Mount stems for use on triple clamp DH forks. They are intended for gravity riding only.

Material: CNC Machined from a solid block 7075 T73 Aluminium

Clamp diameter: Available in both 31.8mm and 35mm options. 69mm wide clamping platform for an incredibly stiff front end

Rise: Zero degree rise to keep you low and in control

Weight:

  • 31.8mm: 146g
  • 35mm: 145g

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Deity Intake Direct Mount StemDTYNTKDMSTM
Black - 31.8mm - 50mm x 0 Degree - Direct Mount817180024715
Black - 35mm - 50mm x 0 Degree - Direct Mount817180024722

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