Paul Components refurbished the garage, which was the former oil distribution facility for Texaco Oil until 1926 in Chico, California, in 1989, and continues to carefully manufacture bicycle parts in the garage. And Paul is making great products every day, believing that simple ideas should be combined with easy maintainability and a high level of functionality.
The boxcar stem is a gem that perfectly combines the balance of rigidity, strength and lightness, which Paul has put a lot of effort into development for many years.
Available in 35, 50, 70 and 90 mm, angles are available in +/- 0 ° settings, and 70 mm and 90 mm are also available in +/- 15 ° settings.
The 35mm size, released to accommodate the style of fitting a short stem to the long top tube of all-mountain bikes these days, is a long-awaited item for many mountain bikers.
All screws are T25 Torx head high strength stainless steel. By using the Torx head, we prevent the trouble often seen with aluminum stems that the face plate is overtightened and cracked, and at the same time, this size uses the same size as many disc rotor bolts.
Made in Chico, California with US sourced 2024 aircraft alloy.