Deity Components Copperhead Stem

Deity Components Copperhead Stem
Deity Components Copperhead Stem
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Copperhead Stem by Deity Components
Attack everything from uphill slogs to daring downhill runs with the Deity Copperhead Stem. It's machined from a solid block of 6061 T6 aluminum for exceptional strength with a lightweight feel, and Deity's renowned attention to detail can be clearly seen when you're admiring this work of art.

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SKU: DTC000J
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