Exposure Exposure Stem Quick Release Bracket

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Compatible with Exposure handlebar lights from 2007 onwards, this quick release stem mount will fit stems with bolt lengths from 17mm - 35mm.

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Well designed and works great... unless you want to mount a larger head unit

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Really well-designed piece of kit but unfortunately didn't work for me. Even though it's mounted out front, my Maxx-D is so big that there's no room for my Garmin, either mounted to the side on the bars or mounted on the stem. If that doesn't matter to you, this is a great option. The instructions are pretty ordinary - but if you tighten all the bolts to stated torques then it all comes together well.

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Well designed and works great... unless you want to mount a larger head unit

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Really well-designed piece of kit but unfortunately didn't work for me. Even though it's mounted out front, my Maxx-D is so big that there's no room for my Garmin, either mounted to the side on the bars or mounted on the stem. If that doesn't matter to you, this is a great option. The instructions are pretty ordinary - but if you tighten all the bolts to stated torques then it all comes together well.

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Exposure Exposure Stem Quick Release Bracket5060369152241

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