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Originally Posted by dynaryder View Post
Steve:might want to try roughing the inside of the seatpost clamp. Another possibility would be to have the post powder coated in a rough finish.
the .3mm of diameter added by the typical powder coat job would certainly make it fit tighter.

yeah, steve. a couple of great ideas on how to ruin your bike. proceed with caution.

just add a quick release clamp to the seatpost and call it a day. it will work.
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