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E-Thirteen Base 35 Alloy Bars

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The E-Thirteen base handlebars are the cheapest of their range, but don't let the price fool you, they are built to shred. Made from 6061 alloy they feature a 9degree upsweep for better wrist comfort while you are bombing hills. 

Who's this item for: Designed primarily for Trail, Enduro and Downhill riders, they are a great affordable set of bars.

Material: The base are made from 6061 alloy. Custom engineered butting and bend profiles aim for optimal strength vs weight and stiffness.  

Width: They come in 800mm wide only (can be cut down to 760mm).

Sweep: They feature a 9-degree back sweep with a 5-degree upsweep.

Rise: 20mm or 35mm.

Markings: Yes, they have centre marking and length markings so you can cut them down with precision.

Clamping diameter/bore: 35mm only.

Weight: 20mm rise: 400gm. 35mm rise: 410gm.

Pros: The price. They are strong and designed for better wrist comfort when tackling rough terrain. 

Cons: I hope you want black.

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