S&M Redneck XLT Stem

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“So far its great”

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

The Bad: nothing yet

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

“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

“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

“best stem ever made”

The Good: everything never sliped you could run this stem half tight and it would still hold up

The Bad: a bit heavy but who gives a f#$k

Overall Review: go and get one dont even consider enything else

“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.

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
• Made in USA
• CNC’ed 6061 aluminum
• Grade 8 Allen head hardware
• Includes 6mm wrench and sticker
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