I'm not a bike person and learn sometimes with trail and (a lot of) error. You have to tighten down the center star nut inside the stem before you TQ down the two outside bolts to the new adjustable stem. I then adjusted the amount of degrees I wanted for the handlebars and locked it down. The last thing I did was tighten down the four bolts that secure the handle bars to the stem once I adjusted rotation of the handlebars for max comfort and for reaching the brake handles. I even adjust my LCD screen up a touch on my bike for better viewing (left it the same angle for the wife's bike).Just got home, and the parts are waiting!
I am a solid 6'3" and also got the Sunlite 0-60 degree 95 mm Adjustable Stem. MrGold helped me out when I got my bike. I also got the 95mm one and it fit fine. I have mine cranked all the way up the full 60 and the handlebars pretty much flat/normal. I didn't need any spacers with mine.I am a shade over six feet, and am concerned that the RR will put me in a head down stance. Right now my hands go numb even with upright handlebars. Can I raise them much, or replace the headstock?
40" But the seat post will collapse a little under my 275 lbs. So maybe really 39" when I am on it.Yeah I originally got a suntour seat post but got the wrong size. It was listed weird on Amazon. I JUST got another one the right size. Put it on Wednesday. Have not ridden with it yet except in my yard. If it does not rain I am taking the bike out this weekend.
Just for curiosity sake can you measure the height of the top of the seat from the ground.