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Old 03-13-03, 09:19 AM
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On the subject of seatposts. The best out there is Thomson Elite, and I know they make one with a lay-back. The two bolt clamping mechanism is so easy to micro adjust for angle, and hold the seat rails very securely. I'll never go back to a single bolt clamp. I kept stripping those and was constantly fighting them. I got a Thomson, and I now have them on all my bikes!

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