Having put together another bike (mainly from bits off eBay) I find the bars a little low, and since the steerer has been cut down to suit the previous owner I can't simply put in some more spacers below the stem. I suppose I could maybe use a different stem but was wondering about replacing the forks - probably with the same kind, Reynolds Ouzo Pro. However, the Reynolds website says that the maximum "stack height" for 1 1/8 steerers is 1 1/2 inches. That phrase used to apply to threaded headsets, but the wording of the website suggests that Reynolds are using it to mean the total amount of steerer tube that projects above the upper head bearing - including the part gripped by the stem. But the stem itself is 1 1/4 inches deep and I see lots of bikes with the stem spaced an inch or more above the top bearing. Has anyone info on this? Thanks.