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Kore Road Handlebar Stem

Kore Road Handlebar Stem – 1-1/8″ Steerer – 25.4mm BC
Current price:
£9.99
Postage & Packing: £2
Price correct at time of publishing




Product details;
Silver Anodised Aluminium

Weight only: 149 grams

Dimensions – 95mm Reach
10 Degrees Negative Drop
1-1/8 Steerer clamp (Double Bolt Pinch Clamp)
25.4mm Bar clamp (Single Bolt Pinch Clamp)

This item has been used and has some small marks and scratches to the Logo’d Stickers

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Scott – Mountain Bike Handlebar Stem

Scott – Mountain Bike Handlebar Stem
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Postage & Packaging:
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Product Details;

Aluminium Black
Weight only: 214 grams
dimensions – 120mm reach
10deg rise
1-1/8 stearer clamp
25.4mm bar clamp (removable front clamp plate)

This item has been used and has some small marks and scratches to the Logo

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Steady Cam -26″ Big Wheel Stabilisers


Fig Rig, Camera Big Wheel Stabilisers
Fig Rig style, Camera Big Wheel Stabilisers

So think your too old for stabilisers?

Think again… You’ve maybe never seen these before, if you use a compact digital camera you’ll wish you had!

http://www.kitrackham.co.uk/?p=28

So here’s one I made earlier folks; this is my first creation and there’s many more to follow where this came from.

These things have been around for ages now and there are some serious cinematographers who would cherish paying around £300+ for a piece of kit like this.

I’m building these to order so if you’d like to get your hands on one send me a message.   3/8″ and 1/4″ fixed mount as standard not yet pictured.

They are amazing to use and will improve any hand held footage on any device, allowing you to minimise and even eliminate wobble and shake spoiling your shot.

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453 Steel

453 Steel
noun. associated British Brand Name Reynolds Technology Ltd.

All types of bike steel made by the British company Reynolds are considered very good, as they are specifically designed for bicycles, not other stuff which happens to be cheaper. As the allocated number goes up, generally the sophistication of the alloy goes up, and the bike gets lighter and stronger – and more expensive of course!

Steel

  • 453 – Manganese/Titanium alloy. Reynolds produced only the 3 main tubes in this alloy and they were single butted.

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