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ARX is 3T's new design for the perfect connection between fork and handlebar. In particular, they have optimized the design of the clamps. Steerers and handlebars are now usually made of composite materials and can easily be compromised by poor clamp design.
To assure the integrity of the ARX clamp interface, 3T perform their own tests that go way beyond the demands of CEN standards. They even tested this new stem's compatibility with other brands of handlebars and it passed with flying colours.
ARX PRO is made of Al 2010 and has stainless-steel bolts. The material's grain structure is aligned for optimal strength, and the weight is a low 150 g.
If ordered before 8pm, delivered by courier next working day. Available on orders placed before 8pm (2pm weekends and Bank Holidays) for delivery next business day. Applies to most delivery addresses within mainland UK.
Please remember to add postal time (2-3 working days) to obtain a complete estimate of delivery to your door.
You will receive an email to confirm when your item has been sent.
You can also check the status of your order and individual items by accessing My Account details and following the prompts.
Please allow 10 working days from dispatch of your order before notifying us of any late deliveries.
It may be advisable to check with your neighbours to see if a parcel has been left with them, check any outhouses you might have where it may be left if it cannot fit through your letterbox and contact your local sorting office to see if the item has been returned to the depot as undelivered and awaiting collection.
Please see our returns policy.
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Great product for the price, well made, relatively light and durable. Great option to buy 2-3 to get the right bike fit, and on selling them once 'fitted' is a viable option (and not lose too much $$$)
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