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    Adjusting a Fizik Saddle on its Rails

    I am stumped. I am trying to move my Fizik Aliante saddle backwards on its rails. I have extracted the two bolts that appear to hold the rails to the top of the seat post. However, at least with the application of a moderate amount of pressue, nothing moves.

    Any thoughts or suggestions?

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    I had the same problem with my Fzik Poggio. For the life of me, I can't remember how I solved that problem. I do remember it involved an extra set of hands to get the bolts back on track.

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    waat? you can move the saddle itself back on its rails? cool!

    or are you talking about the seatpost? you have a tricked out bike, but I cant remember if you had a use alien post on it. from what I've heard, a mallet is necessary to move the saddle on those things...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phatman
    waat? you can move the saddle itself back on its rails? cool!

    or are you talking about the seatpost? you have a tricked out bike, but I cant remember if you had a use alien post on it. from what I've heard, a mallet is necessary to move the saddle on those things...
    I do have an USE Alien seat post and you are right that I'm trying to move the position of the seat on the seatpost - I deserved that and probably more.

    A mallet? You'd think there would be an easier way. Thanks.
    Keep the rubber side down!

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