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Go ahead and huck—this stem can take it.

The Easton Vice DH Stem is beefier than a butcher shop, and it's ready to anything from Durango race courses to North Shore woodwork. Basically, a downhill stem has to be two things: tough and stiff. The Vice fits the bill with heavy forged-CNC 6061 aluminum construction, recessed bolts, and the security of Easton's 5-year warranty standing behind it.

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4 5

Stiff, and pretty cheap.

I raced on this stem (the 50mm one) for a couple years. It is a great addition to the front end of your bike, and it wont break the bank. Set it and forget it.

Will this stem fit a 2003 kona coiler?

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Will this stem fit a 2003 kona coiler?

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Unless they released a version I am unaware of, the Coiler has a 1 1/8" head tube, headset, and steerer tube. So yes, this will fit the bike. But chances are the handle bars that came on that bike back then have a 25.4mm diameter clamp zone. If that's the case, you'll need shims or new bars, probably new bars.
One more thing....I think 04 is the first model year that the Coiler was available. Could be wrong, I just tend to remember worthless info like that. Lemme know if I'm wrong.

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To add to the other response: Yes you're right, 2004 was the first year the Coiler was out. And..it came stock with a Marzocchi fork, so the 1 1/8 steerer tube is correct.