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Frequently asked ?
I have a handle bar with 30mm rise, does this maybe fit, although you mention 20-25mm maximum rise?
I can't guarantee this. You can try it out, but I can't take the stem back, if it does not fit. If you are afraid, better search for another stem.
I have a XY handlebar from company YZ, does it fit to the Grace DH ?
To be honest I didn't test it with every handlebar which is existing on the market. So I can not answer on this question unfortunately.
A totally new approach for downhill stems
From a practical point of view it is too long, too high, and looks weird. But from a mathematical point of view it ttotaly makes sence!
The Intend Grace DH imitates 25mm of handlebar rise.
This means, if you normally have a direct mount stem between 45-50mm length, 25-30mm height (what is actually a very normal stem) and 35mm rise of your handle bar and 10mm headset spacer under the upper fork crown, you can now go with a normal 20mm rise handlebar and without any spacers and you have exactly the same geometry.
Or from another point of view:
If you want to have a higher cockpit with your 20mm rise handlebar, you can simply put this stem on your bike and your grips are 25mm higher. without sucking spacers and spacers.
Light, durable and with a unique design.
Features of the Grace DH:
Price: 169 Euro (incl. VAT)
NOTE: For handlebars with a wide big outer diameter e.g. the renthal carbon handlebar or the hope carbon handlebar the assembly does only work with scratches even for rise of less than 20mm!!!
Please follow the assembly instructions in the manual to avoid scratches !
Please do not start questions or discussions here -> simply use email! Thanks
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