E-Thirteen Base 35 Clamp Stem

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The E-Thirteen Base 35 stem is a no-nonsense stem built to handle anything you can throw at it. Made from 6061 alloy it will last for years. As with most E-Thirteen products, the integrated hardware takes a T25mm Torx bit instead of the usual Allen key. Just bolt it up and ride.

Who's this item for: Designed with Trail, Enduro, and Downhill riders in mind. This is a solid performing stem.

Material: Made with 6061 alloy with laser-etched graphics. The T25 hardware is rounded to prevent injury.

Stack height: 40mm.

Width: 58mm.

Clamp Diameter: 35mm only.

Rise: 0 Degree rise.

Weight: 40mm:155gm 50mm:160gm

Pros: It's simple, yet effective. The Laser Etched graphics look great. 

Cons: Only available in 2 lengths.
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40mm x 0 Degree
$‎96.00 $‎89.95
50mm x 0 Degree
$‎96.00 $‎89.95
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