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Look 986 Carbon Fiber hardtail


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Look is showing their new 986 carbon fiber hardtail. Approximately 1000 grams frame weight. Check out the integrated Astem, brand new design. Stay tuned for more info soon about the new 920 (full suspension CF bike). http://interbike.mtbr.com/look-986-carbon-fiber-hardtail

 

Lauren and the 986.

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Where's the stem?????

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and some tjop will buy this and insert about three centremeters of spacers under the stem, but on riser bars, and drop the saddle..........

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and some tjop will buy this and insert about three centremeters of spacers under the stem, but on riser bars, and drop the saddle..........

 

and probably bar ends :angry:

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Thanks Spinnekop :thumbup:

 

I'm too scared to ask, but will stick my neck out and ask anyways...

 

Any 29er R&D LOOK is busy with that we don't know about?

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One more of the duel sussie

AAh finally a MTB for the Tri guys. They can lie down nicely with this one... Comes with a years free ab classes..

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Eurobike

 

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Well, if you look at this pic. It looks like you will be able to turn the stem around get a bit of rise out of it.

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Well, if you look at this pic. It looks like you will be able to turn the stem around get a bit of rise out of it.

 

It'll look retarded if you turn it around.

If you look carefully you can see the bottom of the stem follows a path around the headset.

 

Im sure look will make a riser stem though.

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It'll look retarded if you turn it around.

 

Sure, but will look better then a full riser bar.

 

If you look carefully you can see the bottom of the stem follows a path around the headset.

 

I'm sure that is rubber boot or something to make it smoother and protect the frame when the bars swing around.

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