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I can't decide on what stem to get. Lonestar or Houser? My stock one is finally crap. I have a Lonestar axle and love it, but I know Houser is awesome. I can get the Houser for less money. Anyone steer me in the correct direction?

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They both are Nice Stems but since the Houser is a little cheaper thats the one id go with you wont be disappointed.

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