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My Cin X/A stem (26.4) will not take a Cin 26.4 bar

My Cin X/A stem has had a 26.4 bar, but I bought a NOS Cinelli 64 with cable grooves, and It will not go in the stem. My micrometer says both bars are 26.4 mm, and the new one is very close to working, but will not go. Is this a known problem?

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Lovely retro gear! used to have one just like it, i took screwdriver and put flat tip into slot on stem and shimmied bar into place, worked like a dream, no stress probs either.

Posted on Mar 24, 2010

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