Renthal Duo Stem

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Renthal's revolutionary Duo stem combines high strength with ultra-low weight. The stem is horizontally divided, allowing it to be machined in two pieces. This method gives unrestricted access to the stem core, enabling weight to be reduced to the absolute minimum, without compromising strength.
In addition, this provides an uninterrupted U-shape clamping area, which eliminates the stress risers found on most other stems, which can lead to handlebar failure.

The Renthal Duo stem is designed to ride faster, jump further and last longer.

Who's this item for: Enduro and trail riders looking for a stylish, functional and beautiful stem that's bound to turn heads.

Materials: CNC'd from 6082 T6 Aluminium alloy.

Stack height: 40mm.

Clamp Diameter: 31.8mm clamp.

Rise: 10 degrees.

Weight: 124g.

Technologies: U-shape cradle clamp eliminates handlebar stress raisers found with traditional stems.

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