3T ARX Pro Stem 6 Deg 70mm
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ARX is 3T's new design for the perfect connection between fork and handlebar. In particular, they have optimized the design of the clamps. Steerers and handlebars are now usually made of composite materials and can easily be compromised by poor clamp design.
To assure the integrity of the ARX clamp interface, 3T perform their own tests that go way beyond the demands of CEN standards. They even tested this new stem's compatibility with other brands of handlebars and it passed with flying colours.
ARX PRO is made of Al 2010 and has stainless-steel bolts. The material's grain structure is aligned for optimal strength, and the weight is a low 150 g.
- Optimised clamp design.
- 3D forged and CNC machined.
- Outstanding value.
- Material: Al 2010.
- Angle: +/-6 degrees.
- Bolts: 4x Stainless Steel.
- Stack: 40mm.
- Steerer: 1-1/8".
- Clamp Diameter: 31.8mm
- Length (mm): 70mm only
- Weight: 150g (110mm - Manufacturer claimed).
Shipping charges for this item to United States: $7.83
- Estimated delivery transit time: 5-10 Days
Royal Mail Std. Airmail 5-10 Days: $7.83
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Royal Mail Priorty Airmail 4-8 Days: $15.66
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Great product, sturdy and well built. Exactly what I was after
Excellent, compact & lightweight. Looks great on my Cannondale Caad 8 where it has replaced the factory fitted stem.
A solid, lightweight stem. It might be a bit on the short side for some but it suits me fine. I thought a 70mm long stem might make the steering a bit jittery but it doesn't seem to have adversely affected it.