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S&M Redneck XLT Stem

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S&M Redneck XLT Stem Redneck XLT

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    “So far its great”

    The Good: looks nice Hasnt slipped Good warranty made in america

    The Bad: nothing yet

    Overall Review:

    Ive had this stem for about a week and so far its great. Nothing about it is bad

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    “Get one there LUSH"”

    The Good: great colorways strong as hell and reasonable

    The Bad: stripped one of the earlier ones

    Overall Review: the stem i have is the xlt ltd edition ice blast lasted me 4 years still great condition bought and sold tons of others and there all still running

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    “Really good stem”

    The Good: Love the ingraving on the top, Looks super clean, I love the sheild on the front.

    The Bad: Bit expensive but its a stem at the end of the day they dont snap

    Overall Review: Had my s&m redneck xlt v3 2 weeks ago still looks brilliant

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    “S&M Redneck Stay Strong”

    The Good: Never slips, and super strong. And it is made it U.S.A

    The Bad: A little heavy but I don't care if it don't slip.

    Overall Review: I use mine flipped for a rise, looks good, Don't look like swiss cheese, I hate cut outs. Always buy U.S.A bike parts. The Stay Strong one helps Stephen Murray, so go buy one even if you don't plan on using it.

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    Miscellaneous The shafted Redneck debuted in 1993, and quickly became the gold (or red) standard.
    The threadless clamp-on version soon followed, spawning countless imitators over the
    years. Made in California and constantly refined, the Redneck XLT is light, strong, and
    dependable.
    • Made in USA
    • CNC’ed 6061 aluminum
    • Grade 8 Allen head hardware
    • Includes 6mm wrench and sticker
    Price N/A
    More Info S&M website