DDBE-AL Stabilizer-AL



Quick Overview

Serfas® Lightweight Aluminum Bar Ends with Overmolded Rubber Casing




  • Dual Density Design® With Hard Inner Shell & Soft Outer Casing
  • Padded For Shock Absorbency
  • Adds Leverage To Bars For Improved Handling
  • Washable

Additional information


Black, Blue, Red, Silver, White

9 reviews for DDBE-AL Stabilizer-AL

  1. Willie Javellana

    Bought a pair and the hex bolt destroyed the aluminum screw during installation.

    Low quality aluminum I think.

    I literally threw away USD 20 as I never got to use these stabilizer bars.

  2. Caroline

    I’am pleased with them. I think that you screw the bolt to hard on.

    If it fits, it fits. Before I had the canecrake bar ends, but they were very heavy.

  3. ansk

    Secondary role to the faithful those who seek a lightweight one just a heavy bar – end

  4. Jeff

    These are very nice bar ends. Wish the aluminum was polished but oh well. I recommend installing these with a 5mn torque wrench. They stay in place and you don’t have to wrench these down too tight.

  5. b teazy

    willie. I’ll bet you didn’t use a torque wrench. most components on handlebars aren’t designed to be very tight. you probably overtorqued them. and no i dont work for serfas.

  6. ness espiritu

    well,,, I like it, most of my friends are using this,,, I like the black one,, only, the color of the alluminum should be black also. I think it will be nicer if it is all black. I hope SERFAS will produce this. thanks and more power.

  7. Clark

    I think they sold me two left ones. Is the bolt on the up side on one of the pair ? It digs into my palm . How is everyone else’s? I think both bolts should be on the underneath side Please let me know.

  8. Federico Poveda

    Nice when you go uphill !!!

  9. gt edwards

    Great Product! Purchased identical composite version new in 2001… Enjoyed solid 12,000 miles on F/S X-Country MTB from ’01 thru ’03 (and still going)! Comfortably used on 3 (and now 4) bikes without any issues.

    Yes, it is true. Mis-threading or over-torquing almost any fastener will damage the application. These are small relatively close tolerance fasteners (dictated by the desired design – small & light) > To avoid heartache > Be certain the threads are mated before tightening by applying firm but light pressure into each of the male-female connections > Turning the opposite of tightening – at first – helps the connections seat into each other or mate evenly” (let the parts become acquainted before consummating the deal…) > Turn one side the opposite direction of “”tightening”” – two turns or so – (righty tighty/ lefty loosey) > These are not “”reverse threads”” – left = loose in this case > Once seated (you’ll eventually feel it set evenly with patience)”

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