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Old 09-27-09, 03:03 AM   #1
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merida seat-post size

hello all,
i have hard tail MERIDA SPORT M100 bike.
the front suspension was upgraded and many other stuff.

now i want to change the seat-post to a longer one.
i don't know what size can i put inside...

anyone knows? (before i check with a caliber)

thanks.
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If you have a caliper, this measurement takes 5 seconds. If you don't currently own a caliper, pull the seatpost completely out of the frame and look at the last couple of inches of post. The post should be marked near the bottom with a size in millimeters.
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