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Free to anyone who wants to pay shipping for it.

Cool design, but made really poorly. Wouldn't trust installing them.


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Had these on my Elise. Worked and looked great
 

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I have a text message with someone, so pending for now.
 

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They actually feel (and look) a lot better and more solid than the stock ones, although I am not sure how they compare to the alloy options (outside of definitely being lighter).
Way to make me feel bad for actually spending money on them.
 

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Are they 3D printed like their mirror stalks?
yea they're 3d printed. and the method of install is to cut off the old stalks and just pressure fit these. Not sure how long that'll hold up.
 

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Not even set screws? At least the alloy stalks have set screws.
no set screws, at least not from the instructions i saw...i think the website is gone now, so I can't find them anymore.

I wish someone would take this and make a set of alloy stocks from it.
 

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The install is self explanatory: you'll see where it makes sense to cut the old ones off and slide these ones on. It holds well because the fit is snug, my right one had a bit of movement (possibly didn't cut it off in the exact right spot), so I squirted some rtv inside, and it's been absolutely solid.

“It's a fairly simple install.

The factory stalks need to be cut using a simple hacksaw blade approximately 28mm from the attachment point, then taking the new stalks just shuffle them on - yes they'll be some resistance bit it'll end up extremely snug! 👏 “
 

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