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Old 11-22-17, 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by taz777 View Post
I have some assembly paste, two variants: one for carbon and one for non-carbon. I'm not sure what the difference is specifically. I'll check what the bike shop put on the seatpost as it's a new bike. The bike itself is unmarked but the seatpost collar is scratched up quite a bit. It's going to a bike service company later this week who will check the bike over as I've found that online bike shops leave a lot to be desired in terms of bike prep before boxing up the bike and sending it over.
two types of assy. paste....

clamp is scratched up, but bike is new?

sending bike to a shop, but has two types of assy. paste on hand....

online "bike shops" don't uncrate new bikes, then crate them back up.

"I'm assuming that QR seatposts would be awfully hard to close if too much pressure is being applied to the seat tube/seatpost."
seat posts don't "close", and certainly aren't "QR".

red flags waving.... please put the tools down, and step away from the bicycle.

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