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Old 01-03-09, 11:19 AM   #1
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Affinity Frame seatpost Question

anybody know the mearusements required for a seatpost clamp to fit an affinity low pro frame?
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Old 01-03-09, 02:43 PM   #2
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Why not ask Affinity? Call the shop.
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editops clamp..thought you meant post :x
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I have no idea, but I like those bikes.
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well.

by measuring the circumference of the seatpost tube with a piece of thread i determined it is 10cm.


i then turned to my old maths knowledge from 5 years ago to determine that
the seatpost diameter is 31.8....by multiplying and dividing by pie and the likes.....

this took me a long time....im appaling at maths.
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Old 01-04-09, 10:51 PM   #6
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well.

by measuring the circumference of the seatpost tube with a piece of thread i determined it is 10cm.


i then turned to my old maths knowledge from 5 years ago to determine that
the seatpost diameter is 31.8....by multiplying and dividing by pie and the likes.....

this took me a long time....im appaling at maths.
outside diameter does not equal inside diameter!
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Old 01-04-09, 11:18 PM   #7
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Seat tube outer diameter = seatpost clamp inner diameter = 31.8mm according to whatsham.

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Old 01-04-09, 11:36 PM   #8
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Seat tube outer diameter = seatpost clamp inner diameter = 31.8mm according to whatsham.
excuse my poor reading comprehension. i read the title and assumed the item in question was the seat post itself!
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