In a message dated 3/24/06 12:06:31 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 17:31:16 -0800 (GMT-08:00)
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> Subject: [CR]masi w/ fiamme bars/stem
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> tam pham wrote:
> That looks like it could be an Ambrosio stem.
> While we're identifying stems, can somebody identify the stem underneath t h
> cool Masi decal?
> Tam Pham
> Huntington Beach, CA
> That's a Fiamme stem all right, but what I want to know is,
> how in the hell did someone get those bars into that stem?
> Because, I have tried, numerous times, to get my fiamme
> bars into a similar stem; it appears impossible, even with
> the Nitto stem pry. I'm assuming Fiamme made stems with
> more than one bar-clamp diameter.. that's the only thing
> that explains it.
> I sure wish I could mate up those bars and stem though; lovely
> combo..the fiamme bars are the prettiest around, imho.
> Whose Masi IS that anyway??!!! Nice bike!
> Charles Andrews