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3T ARX II TEAM Stealth Aluminium Stem

3T ARX II TEAM Stealth Aluminium Stem3T ARX II TEAM Stealth Aluminium Stem
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±6° Size 90mm
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±6° Size 100mm
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±6° Size 110mm
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About 3T ARX II TEAM Stealth Aluminium Stem

For those wanting alloy reliability and sleek looks, the 3T ARX II TEAM Stealth Aluminium Stem fits the bill.

Arx II is an evolution of the well-liked Arx alloy stem, which has found a place on every sort of bicycle since its launch in 2007. It’s a subtle refresh of this classic design. The faceplate is drawn in tighter at top and bottom, for a more ovalized frontal appearance, while retaining the cutout 3T logo. The sides of the extension are slightly flattened for a more ‘sculpted’ look by comparison with the tubular section of the first-generation Arx. A single M6 bolt clamps the stem to the fork steerer, in place of the twin M5 bolts used previously. Bolts are now the more-secure Torx-type fitment in place of the Allen bolts used previously. This Stealth version features our elegant Matte/Gloss Black finish.


Weight 125 g (110 cm)
Length 80/90/100/110/120/130 mm  
Material AL 7075 T6
Angle ±6° (±84°)
Bolts Ti, Torx
Stack 40 mm
Certification    CEN
Steerer 1-1/8 "

More About The Manufacturer 3T

3T was originally called Tecnologia del Tubo Torinese (Turin Tube Technology), taking its name from the city of Turin, where it was founded in 1961 by Mario Dedioniggi. Dedioniggi was a talented engineer. Clever at manipulating and bending steel tubes, he was taken on as a young man by the Ambrosio concern (which continues to this day). There, he learned to fashion the bars and stems desired by racing cyclists. The resurgence of cycle sport in the 1950s drove demand for top-quality racing equipment, and the ambitious Dedioniggi spotted his opportunity. After 10 years at Ambrosio, he left the firm to set up shop on his own. The new enterprise had a three-room warehouse in Turin, one employee, and a manual tube-bending machine. Soon, the grandiose name gave way to the easier 3T.


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