I like to write about what's on my mind. It often has something to do with bicycling.
That is a stem finder, not a rideable stem. It's only meant to allow you the range to find your ideal stem angle/length while safely stationary on a trainer. Then you purchase or steal a stem to match your ideal set up and safely ride in the street or trail.There are adjustable stems that can be ridden but they are crappy and develop play, and that is not one.I'm glad you post again.
That's what I guessed. It would take a huge amount of metal to make something that large be functional.Thanks for being glad. I appreciate the good thought.My avatar on MPLS Bike Love (a local bike forum) is that same self-butchering pig that you use. What a coincidence.
I 2nd what dick said: adjustable stem=bad news (anything I have to take the grinder to when it's brand new is bad in my book). Kinda like the guy who brought in an old MTB with a homemade spring contraption to "run" his 2 dogs with: he is one squirrel away from the ER.
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