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Renthal Apex Stem

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    Bike part deco.

    Renthal machines the Apex Stem from a solid piece of aluminum, so you know that it's equal to whatever abuse you throw at it on XC drag races or enduro bombing runs. The oversized clamping hardware secures the bar in place with a sort of 240-degree hug, virtually eliminating the targeted stress points that can contribute to bar failure. The Apex also has an artistic side, though, courtesy of its Art Deco styling, so it classes-up your ride even while you're tearing down lines.

    • CNC machined from solid 2014-series aluminum
    • 7075 aluminum clamping hardware
    • Snazzy Art Deco styling
    • Item #REN0025

    Tech Specs

    Material
    2014-series aluminum
    Length
    40 - 90mm
    Rise
    Steer Tube Diameter
    1.125in
    Bar Attachment
    two-piece, four-bolt face plate
    Claimed Weight
    [60mm] 136 g
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike

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    Well Made Stem

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Really nicely made. Looks can be polarizing with its gold-ish faceplate (which btw doesnt really match with anything outright), but its easy to see the quality of the product in the way that it is machined. The tolerances are impressively tight.... to install the bar i actually had to insert the bar by its narrower tapered section and slide it over. The faceplate is also secured by a slightly different system where you tighten the bottom two bolts all the way down then only have to worry about the right torque for the top two bolts.