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Old 11-21-17, 09:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Sy Reene View Post
Isn't the question as to how you gauge the correct amount of torque that a QR clamp is applying to the seatpost? Not an issue I guess if you have a pretty solid steel/alloy post, but if eg. carbon, is there a risk of crushing the saddle post?
The frame and seatpost is metal, not carbon. The existing bolt clamp has 5Nm written on it. I'm assuming that QR seatposts would be awfully hard to close if too much pressure is being applied to the seat tube/seatpost.

I'm actually more worried about the seatpost slipping!
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