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#1
I would like to extend the handlebars on my old 1970's schwinn varsity 3 to 4 inches. Does anyone know which kind of extender would be the best to buy? I do not know the standard measurement to look for or where to start.
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#2
Your question is a little vague. What do you mean by "extending the handlebars"?

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or actually looking for longer handlebars
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#3
Check this current thread.

http://forums.bicycletutor.com/thread-4298.html
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#4
I am looking to raise the handlebars upward with a handlebar stem extender. With something like this But I'm not quite sure I have the right one.





(08-22-2012, 08:13 PM)RBurrelli Wrote:  Your question is a little vague. What do you mean by "extending the handlebars"?

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or actually looking for longer handlebars
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#5
On the Nashbar website you might look for a quill stem adapter. Or perhaps their comfort quill stem.

A bike of that age is likely a 1" stem.
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#6
Make sure your handlebar stem is extended fully to the limit mark first. If you are looking 3-4 inches you would be better off with a taller handlebar.


http://www.bikepartsusa.com/bikeparts/item/01-79887/search/Wald--Cruiser%2C-%23898%2C-Chrome%2C-Handlebar&category=search

http://www.bikepartsusa.com/bikeparts/category.cgi?&category=search&template=search&templatehead=&templatebody=&templatefoot=&match=pattern&limitcategory=&type=store&searchtype=and&results=&query=handlebar&imageField=search&start=72
First make sure your current stem is set us to the limit mark.
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